Hebrew 103

Prerequisites: Successful completion of Hebrew 101 and 102.

Students will continue to develop reading, writing and speaking skills learned in Hebrew 102 while being introduced to and incorporate more complex grammatical structures, such as relative clauses, comparative phrases, connecting phrases, past participles, and the imperative tense. As they expand their vocabulary, students will discuss topics such as art, sports, culture, government, climate, and travel with greater fluidity by expanding vocabulary and by incorporating. Particular emphasis will be placed on improving listening comprehension skills such that, by the end of the course, students can expect to be able to comfortably engage with native Hebrew speakers in everyday conversation.

Spring II
Mon/Wed 6:15pm - 8:15pm
1
ToBe Determined
$490.00

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