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Placement Evaluation


Previous Students

Please speak with your instructor before registering for the next level. Your instructor will advise program team if you are ready to move to the next level.

Intermediate I

Mondays | 7:00 – 8:30pm

Session 3 (Spring): April 17-May 22

Thursdays | 10:00 – 11:30am

Session 3 (Spring): April 20-June 22
No class May 25

This course is for students who are able to express themselves in Hebrew using simple sentences in both the present and past tenses. Students in this class will continue to develop reading comprehension through a wide variety of materials. Emphasis is on developing self-confidence in oral communication and improving reading fluency.



Intermediate II

Tuesdays | 7:00 – 8:30pm

Session 3 (Spring): April 18-June 13




Thursdays | 7:00 – 8:30pm

Session 3 (Spring): April 20-June 1
No class May 25

This course is designed for students who have a high level of language proficiency with solid skills in oral expression, grammar, and written comprehension. Focus is on expanding and increasing understanding of the Hebrew language through the use several genres of literary texts and other media. Course content includes exploration of Israeli literature, current events, Israeli TV programs, poetry and music.


Your questions, answered…

Will I become fluent in Hebrew?

In time. The best way to learn a language is by speaking it. Mistakes are a natural part of language acquisition so it’s important to have fun, enjoy the process and stay motivated.

What level am I?

You may complete the placement evaluation and the Say it in Hebrew director will assign you to a level. Additional evaluation might include a telephone conversation or recorded video to determine your speaking ability.

What is the class size?

At no more than 15 students per group, our classes are large enough to make the program sustainable but small enough to ensure ample opportunity for personal attention. There is a minimum number of students required to run a class.

Can I try out a class?

Yes, If the class does not have the maximum number of students.

What are the Payment Policies?

See this webpage for information regarding payments, refunds, service fees, cancellations, etc.

What if I miss a class?

Students are welcome to sit in on another class or location. Material covered by one class might vary class to class

Will homework be assigned?

Teachers give assignments to reinforce classroom learning at home. They will not always be individually checked; there are no grades.

Which book will I use?

We use a wide variety of materials and resources (hand outs, videos, music, poems, newspapers, etc.) written or produced by a native speaker for a native speaker. Text books are used to supplement and reinforce reading and writing skills. You should not expect to finish the book or to use it sequentially.