In order to learn Hebrew, it is crucial to learn Hebrew grammar. However, Hebrew grammar is a broad topic. In order to learn Hebrew grammar, you have to learn about a wide variety of issues. The main issues you want to study are Hebrew verbs and nouns. To help you learn Hebrew grammar, we at Bereshit and Yanshuf help you learn Hebrew grammar easily.
With Yanshuf, you can learn Hebrew grammar while reading interesting articles. Grammar issues are integrated into the articles and this helps you learn Hebrew grammar by making it enjoyable. This way, you’ll be able to learn about the structure of Hebrew sentences, prepositions, verbs, roots and other topics while reading the Yanshuf and Bereshit newspapers.
When you learn Hebrew grammar, it is important to review and practice the topics over and over again. Because we publish new articles every two weeks, people who want to learn Hebrew grammar have the chance to read new and interesting article while practicing their grammar skills. Let’s look at the importance of prepositions. Consider the difference between putting the book on the table or next to the table. In our various articles, you’ll be able to see use of propositions in various situations.
In order to improve the way you learn Hebrew grammar each newspaper includes activities for practicing various grammatical topics. In Bereshit, you can learn Hebrew grammar through exercises that appear in the newspaper. In Yanshuf, these exercises appear as a separate page. These exercises are suitable for people who want to learn Hebrew grammar on their own and for people who are learning with a teacher.
The articles are written using simple grammatical structure suitable for people who want to learn Hebrew grammar. At the same time, the articles are current and interesting. This means students benefit in two ways: 1. They learn Hebrew grammar; 2. They learn about current events.
Students and teachers tell us that the most interesting and effective way to learn Hebrew grammar is through the Bershit and Yanshuf newspapers.