Reading, translation, and discussion in Hebrew of texts selected to show the development of Hebrew culture from Biblical times to the present. Prerequisites: HEBR 001, HEBR 002 or equivalent.
Prereq: HEBR 002 or equiv; Cross listed with HEBR 197 A; Open to Degree and CDE students
The spoken language of everyday use with oral, aural, and written practice in speaking, reading, and comprehension. Subject matter covered: past tense verb conjugation, vocabulary pertaining to human body, vegan lifestyle, history of Jerusalem, history of the Zionist movement, environmental issues and more. This is the first semester of a two-semester Intermediate Hebrew course.
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