Charlemagne once said that to have another language is to possess a second soul. There is no question that being able to speak a second language is one of the most satisfying feelings out there. So why doesn’t everyone learn a new language? The reason is that there is a misconception that languages are complicated and difficult. That is only true when they are taught to be. In reality, anyone can learn a second language without difficulty, even a language as ancient and “complicated” as Hebrew. The trick is to learn the right way with the right teachers.
That’s where eTeacherHebrew comes in. eTeacherHebrew is the exclusive holder of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ franchise to teach Hebrew online. Not only can you learn modern Hebrew with fellow students like yourself, but you can do so from the comfort of your own home and in a manner that will ensure the language sinks in without difficulty. When signing up to eTeacherHebrew, you will be joining a virtual class of students from around the world. Your live video lesson will be given by a certified, professional Hebrew teacher who will teach you Hebrew in Hebrew, because the only way to really learn a language is to surround yourself with it, to hear it and speak it. During the lessons you can ask questions and speak with the teacher or your fellow students using a complementary headset and microphone. You will have access to teacher and student forums and will be provided with learning material in addition to 24-hour support.
eTeacherHebrew’s methods have proven time and time again for over a decade to be the most effective and easy way of learning a new language and much of the learning content we provide was put together by academic experts with remote learning specifically in mind. So whatever your excuse was for not learning Hebrew before, be it not having time or fearing it was too hard, there are no excuses anymore.
Sign up today and join a raffle to win a flight to Israel! What better way to practice your new language than to visit the country where it’s spoken? A winner will be chosen in the beginning of March, 2014, so make sure you know your Hebrew by then!