Category «Language Learning»

Hebrew for School: Teach Your Children Hebrew

Parents and Children

Studies have shown that it is easier for children to learn a second language than it is for adults. It’s also a great skill to have either way, as being bilingual is becoming more and more useful as the years go on. Learning a new language can give your child a leg up and teach …

How to Read the Hebrew Bible

How To Read The Hebrew Bible: Hebrew Bible

Interested in learning how to translate the sacred text yourself? It’s completely possible, although severely deemed otherwise, for those not wanting to fly to Jerusalem themselves to learn. The history of the language in and of itself is extremely fascinating, and learning it can give you the ability to express yourself in ways you originally …

Bible in the Original Hebrew: Learn the Bible from the Source

Hebrew Manuscript

There are many reasons to learn the Ancient Hebrew language. If you are a follower of Judeo-Christian religion, you will better comprehend the Bible by reading it in the original language it was written. The Bible in the original Hebrew reads differently than translations, and you may learn things you didn’t know before! Those interested …

How to Learn Yiddish: The Language That Survived the Holocaust

Isaak Asknaziy (1856-1902), Jewish Wedding with Klezmer Band

Just more than 600 years old, the relatively new language called Yiddish has sparked interest across the world because of its resurgence despite the most adverse of events. Hence, many people want to find out how to learn Yiddish. We hope that the following overview of its history, culture, relationship with Hebrew, and courses offered …

Ancient Hebrew vs. Modern Hebrew: Are They Actually Related?

Hebrew Language and History: Jerusalem

Since the dramatic resurrection of the hypothetically lifeless Hebrew Language in the 19th century, a period of linguistic ascendancy and relevance has ensued. The 9 million speakers of the Hebrew language evidences this at present. However, different schools of thoughts have arisen to challenge the originality of the more recent language. They have done this …