I am happy to announce that I am making my Hebrew course live.*
A brief introduction to the method used in this course.
Organization: The deck is broken into levels that are meant to be consumed in-full, as part of a weekly schedule.
W1 Part 1
W1 Part 2
W1 Part 3
Vocabulary is consolidated into specific vocabulary levels, appearing regularly-spaced in the deck. They contain the words found in the levels, but no sentences.
W6 Part 1
W6 Part 2
W6 Part 3
W7 Part 1…
Where a word is inflected, or has conjugation information added, I use a specific syntax. Words not appearing in the target language are glossed inside parenthesis.
Example: (he, she, it) writes
Additional denotations in a translation of a word are separated by semicolon, while related denotations are separated by comma.
Example: to read, to study; to learn
Aspect and tense information is appended after to the word’s translation in a parenthesis gloss.
Example: (he, she, it) is writing (present active indefinite)
A word’s root is specified using the syntax `root ______’ in parenthesis.
Example: (they (m or f pl)) entered (root נכנס)
Audio: Most of the learnables have audio. Sometimes there is no audio, although this is a rare scenario and we we will try to fill the gap at some point.
In our courses, we strongly encourage typing as it greatly enhances the learning process and counter-balances fatigue from possibly over-doing only one type of exercise.
Most of the levels will adjust to a review-pace setting of 5 words-per-session, but there is no harm in increasing this setting in your user preferences.
We look forward to hearing from you about your learning experience and suggestions.
*We are still developing the course, but it is frequently updated. Note your feedback or report bugs in this thread.