Rabbi Richard G. Lampert
Learn beginning Hebrew
At first glance, the phrase ‘learn beginning Hebrew’ does not make grammatical sense. However, the three words on their own ‘learn beginning Hebrew’ have are all important words, albeit grammatically incorrect. These three would be suitable for a person who is a beginner in the Hebrew language, to type into a Google search bar if someone is looking for an online program suitable for people beginning to learn the Hebrew language beginners.
Let us have a look at the word ‘learn’. This word, as defined by the Oxford Dictionary means to gain or acquire knowledge of or skill in (something) by study, experience, or being taught.
The next word ‘beginning, also defined by the Oxford Dictionary: as the first part or earliest stage of something. Finally, the word Hebrew, as per the Oxford Dictionary: The Semitic language spoken by the Hebrews, in its ancient or modern form. Combining all of these definitions to form the phrase ‘learn beginning Hebrew’ indicates that a person who searches this key phrase is a person who wants to start acquiring knowledge of the Semitic language, Hebrew.
When you type in the phrase ‘learn beginning Hebrew’, a number of options might show up on your screen. One of them could be the online program ‘Easy Learn Hebrew’, which is a perfect tool for a person who wants to ‘learn beginning Hebrew’ This program takes the novice on a journey of learning to read Hebrew from absolute scratch.
Whilst the phrase ‘learn beginning Hebrew’ is grammatically incorrect, it will open up many opportunities for you to find the right program for a beginner who wants to learn Hebrew. once this door opens, new doors will open, such as the opportunity to speak to Israelis or to read the Bible in its original form, the Torah.
The Easy Learn Hebrew story began in 1986 when I became involved with Rabbi Lampert's teaching methods as a tutor in the 'Learn To Read Hebrew In One Day' course.
This course took students, who could not read a word of Hebrew at the beginning of the day, and by the end of the day they could read Hebrew, slowly, but correctly.
In 1999, I completed my Bachelor of Arts majoring in Hebrew, and, as part of my degree, spent a year in Israel studying Hebrew at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. In 2008, I became the primary instructor for the 'Learn To Read Hebrew In One Day' course.
Whilst conducting these face to face courses it occurred to me that this unique classroom-based method could be transferred to an online format to make it accessible to people all around the world, and so the Easy Learn Hebrew program was born!
The Easy Learn Hebrew program is the 'Learn To Read Hebrew In One Day' classroom course 'online', however offering much more in terms of being able to revise the 'classroom' content online repeatedly via the videos, take the online quizzes and being able to print out the associated hard copy learning materials as required.
I am very excited to make this program available and look forward to welcoming you as an online Easy Learn Hebrew student.
Founder - EasyLearnHebrew.com