@mohamed_salah13 Maybe Duolingo? If you speak English well, you can try it, I use it for other languages and I like it. You should probably ask people who study Hebrew though, and not native speakers, since natives never really study it the way a foreigner does.
I'm Egyptian learning Hebrew as well. I use duolingo as well as memrise for just vocabulary and simple sentences. You can find a couple of decks past the beginners level on memrise if you are already past that. You can find a few grammar lessons on youtube. Watching movies with subtitles and listening to music with translated lyrics helps a lot with pronunciation and sentence structure. A thing that helped me tremendously when i first started learning is taking my time on learning the alphabet; their sounds and how to write them in print and normal script. This will save you a lot of time, confusion, and effort as you go through. Definitely keep a notebook and write down everything you learn. By the way, there are several places in Egypt that offer courses for learning herbew. Just do a little search on google. Hope that helps :)
A lot of people think Hebrew is a difficult language to learn because it uses a different alphabet and is written right to left, but in fact, Hebrew grammar is quite simple and once you learn the alphabet (not too difficult to do), the language is NOT difficult to learn. I’ve learned several languages to fluency, including Hebrew, so I have a basis for comparison. And as an Arabic speaker, you should have a lot less trouble than someone who speaks a European language as mother tongue. I’ve just started learning Arabic (spoken) and can say that there are MANY grammatical similarities between the two languages, and many words also have common or similar roots. Unlike Arabic though (which has the literary Arabic versus many different dialects of spoken Arabic), there is only one Hebrew — so you can use pretty much any online or e-course you can find and what you learn there will be valid for speaking with anyone who speaks Hebrew anywhere in the world...
I donno I heard they make up some new stuff in the States in the Jewish communities there.
I think Hebrew is supposed to gave easier grammar than Arabic, since it has less "buildings"? Not sure what's the proper English term. There's also only 2 buildings with passive tones?? I don't actually know grammar k. I wish they made like a list of common roots/comparisons between Arabic and Hebrew. Maybe it's something that exists but I've searched for it before and didn't find any(searched in Hebrew, not lately) Finding the common things and then adding to it seems like it would be a good way to learn... I'm now learning some languages that are higher priority for me but I'd like to learn Arabic some day * _ * I've seen some really amazing calligraphy of it on the internet before~
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