Hebräisch Lernen in Hamburg

Am besten lässt sich Hebräisch natürlich in Israel lernen. Kein Zweifel. Für wen das kurzfristig nicht möglich ist, bieten sich in Hamburg ein paar Möglichkeiten. Bei der Volkshochschule, wo ich bisher bei zwei super Lehrer_innen gelernt habe, an der Uni oder bei einem Sprachlernclub am Roten Baum. Wer Lust hat, Hebräisch zu lernen (zum Beispiel um die Texte beim RischRusch – Club Tel Aviv zu verstehen) und die neuen Kurse an der VHS oder der Uni verpasst hat, hat noch eine neue Möglichkeit in Hamburg:

עברית– Hebräisch
For Beginners

For people who always want to know the Alef Bet…
A new class will be open on November.

10 weekly sessions of 3 academic hours
On Wednesdays

Affordable Price!

Given by experienced academic native speaker teacher
Email Inbar:
inbar.perez (AT) gmail.com

Sehr zu empfehlen. Unsere (etwas fortgeschrittenere) Gruppe hat jedenfalls auch hier eine Menge Spaß…

11 Gedanken zu “Hebräisch Lernen in Hamburg

  1. I’d love to learn Ivrit. Please contact me telling me about modalities. I normally speak German.
    Klaudia

  2. Hallo, I’m Israeli woman who lives for some years in Hamburg. I’m teacher in Israel and will be happy to teach Hebrew here in Hamburg. I’m speaking English and some German.
    Thanks, Hila

  3. Hi Hila,

    your offer sounds interesting to me! I am looking for some Hebrew beginners classes. In case you still offer some or are interested in a tandem (hebrew-german), please let me know!
    Susanne

    PS: I couldn’t see your email adress on that posting. I hope you can see mine to contact me :-)

  4. Erev tov Hila,
    sounds good. Had been to Israel a couple of times and would like to learn Ivrith. Please contact me ddham(at)t-online.de .
    Shalom Rüdiger

  5. Good evening,

    I’m searching to learn Hebrew, I would be thankful for any infos on possibilites/ options. Thanks,

    Pedro

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  7. Hi, ani garah be hamburg ve rozah lilmod ivrit joter tov. Im at rozah lilmod germanit ani morah, ani jecholah melamedet lach germanit.
    Dash,
    Birgit

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  9. Hi, I would like to learn Ivrit and I would be interested in some details about your language classes. Could you send some details? Im speaking german and english.

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  10. Shalom!

    Are there still Hebrew lessons available? I started learning Hebrew with an app called Nemo. To start it’s okay, but I need to learn the letters and the grammar system.

    Lehitra od,
    Christina

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