Bereshit Print + CD + Online

  • Bereshit Print +       Audio CD + Online
    Bereshit Print +       Audio CD + Online
  • Bereshit - Online + CD + Print Editions
    Bereshit - Online + CD + Print Editions
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  • Bereshit - Online + CD + Print Editions
    Bereshit - Online + CD + Print Editions

The Bereshit Print + Audio CD + Online combo subscription is our Best Value product because it allows you to enjoy the best of both worlds: hold the printed copy in your hand while listening to the articles read aloud in perfect Hebrew AND access the same issue online from any computer. Use your Audio CD or online audio files to help you with your pronunciation and general understanding of each article.

In every Bereshit Print + Audio CD + Online edition you’ll find short articles covering topics such as sports, culture, nature, movies, science, computers and travel, relating to Israel and other places in the world, as well as fun activities such as crosswords, word games, puzzles and even recipes.

On top of these goodies, each Bereshit Print + Audio CD + Online edition also includes reading aids to provide you with a better understanding of the subjects discussed in the articles:

  • Audio CD and online audio files of all articles narrated in a clean, and correct Hebrew
  • A dictionary for every article, providing a translation for every new and difficult word.
  • Exercises for additional practice.
  • English explanations for the terms and concepts mentioned.
  • The Hebrew alphabet and grammar / diction lessons.
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Benefits

  • Maximum flexibility!
  • Read your hardcopy newspaper and save your copies for re-reading
  • Access your Bereshit online newspaper from any computer anywhere in the world
  • The Audio CD or online audio files help you with your spoken Hebrew, pronunciation and general comprehension
  • The print + online edition is published every two weeks
  • For your online newspaper simply log in with the username and password you receive when you subscribe

View a sample

Try out this sample issue. First, try to read the Hebrew without the dictionary and then look up the difficult words. Click the headset symbols in the upper left corner of each article to listen to the pronounciation.