ABOUT THIS BOOK
This text is directly dedicated to the intermediate Hebrew student. Organized by topics from everyday life and Jewish heritage and culture, it provides a familiar framework for the development of skills in both written and spoken Hebrew. The guide is unique in its inclusion of many literary selections representative of modern Hebrew literature, each introduced by introductory essays placing the works in historical and social context. Immediate and cumulative review sections reinforce a rich vocabulary and, unlike most texts at this level, the selections expose the student to colloquial, formal, Biblical, and rabbinic Hebrew.