Yom Ivrit: the Ulpan made in Tel Aviv

Yom Ivrit: the Ulpan made in Tel Aviv

Posted on Dec. 23, 2015, at 08:05 am

There are many different options to learn Hebrew. We don’t have to talk about ulpan classes anymore, considering we are not pre-school children anymore, or the self-teaching books that could put the most alert persons to sleep, or even watching the evening news. What if we told you we found a new Israeli interactive method? An easy, accessible one that you can use everywhere, including the loo, so pay attention and keep your ears open.

Whether you have an iPhone, an Android phone or even an old brick of a Nokia, you are ready to study. The idea is to learn a language; you need to practice and that is exactly what organizers behind Yom Ivrit felt is necessary.

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Forget about boring classrooms and blackboards, this Tel Avivi start-up gives you access to a teacher for one-on-one phone talks. News, hobbies and actual questions you might encounter in Israeli social circles, Yom Ivrit offers lessons that are adapted to your life with a real cultural dimension, essential to understanding life in Israel.

Even better than putting it in words, we’ll let you try and understand our level of enthusiasm on your own. Ask here for your first lesson for free. (15 min trial – all levels available)

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What if you actually start learning hebrew ?