Study Hebrew live from Jerusalem!

Learn to read and understand words from the original Hebrew Bible!

Study Hebrew live from Jerusalem!

Join our next Winter Semester now and …

 Learn to read and understand words from the original Hebrew Bible!

  • Get insights into key words in the ancient and modern Hebrew language!
  • Speak basic conversational Hebrew for your next visit to Israel!

We offer 2 courses:

 1. Beginners: suitable for absolute beginners, no previous knowledge necessary.

2. Advanced beginners: suitable for those with some knowledge of Hebrew including the aleph-bet

 When: Classes will be held once a week for a full 9 weeks at an hour convenient for you! Course is long Once our first 5 students have registered the dates and times will be announced.

Where: Live from Jerusalem on Zoom in your own home!

Cost: Non-members $779.
Israel Today Members $665 (
That’s a 25% Members discount!)
Returning students just $486

Get an Israel Today Membership and 25% off the Semester price!

There will be homework assignments and quizzes along the way.
We want you to really learn Hebrew!

Classes are limited to 10 students to ensure a maximum learning environment so make sure to Reserve your place here today!

About our teacher Iris

I graduated with honors from the Hebrew University with a degree in the Hebrew language. In addition, I hold a teaching certificate for Hebrew as a foreign language from the university’s Rothberg International School.

For the past three decades I have held Hebrew teaching positions (beginners & advanced levels) which include the following:

  • The Rothberg school (1990s)
  • At private groups in Los Angeles (1990s while on relocation)
  • Youth and adult immigrants from the former USSR
  • Adult immigrants from Ethiopia and France
  • Diplomats from the Vietnamese embassy in Tel-Aviv
  • Multiple groups of Arab speakers

I am highly proficient in Biblical Hebrew from years of experience teaching content and grammar editing at various institutions for public sector employees, where much of the language originates from Jewish sources.

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