I made Aliyah two years ago (this is my third school year in Israel) and my Hebrew has improved rapidly, enough, I think, to call myself almost fluent. However, my accent is still noticably American and I wouldn’t call myself on the level of a native speaker, which is my ideal goal. To help my self reach this achievement I alternate reading a book in Hebrew and English, and when I read in Hebrew I try and read on grade level. I also keep a blog in Hebrew to practicing my writing and composition, and whenever I go out make an effort to only speak to shop keepers in Hebrew, unless they’re noticably English speakers as well. 5 years ago
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i knew alot than school changed and i dont speak it anymore i wish i knew more like others 7 years ago
This is not exactly, easy to learn. It takes a lot of effort, if you do not go tho the Ul Pan ( school to learn Hebrew) since I work about 15 per day there is no time for me to attend. So far I have taught myself most of the alphabet and have started to read very simple words. I dont always know what they mean so I memorise them and then ask my husband what it means. The sentence construction is also complicated, there are no vowls to help you out.
I have several books and tapes, which have been a big help, I guess practise makes perfect. 7 years ago