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Hebrew Language II (HEB-202)
Varies (self-study; self-paced).
May 2023 - Present.
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: recognize common aspects of sentence structure; translate a broader base of basic Hebrew words and sentences: conjugate regular and common irregular verbs in present tense with proficiency; demonstrate proper grammatical use of prepositions and definite articles; properly position and vocalize adjectives, including agreeing adjectives to their nouns; display proper vocalization of prepositions; identify and employ the use of the passive voice; properly apply common interrogatives; properly position and vocalize adverbs; express proper inflection of prepositions; and exhibit proper use of passive voice.
Hebrew Language II expands students’ knowledge of the Hebrew Language. Students broaden their vocabulary and learn how to analyze and compose simple Hebrew sentences. This course teaches skills such as conjugating common present tense verbs, including many exceptional cases. Students increase their understanding of the foundations of Hebrew grammar by learning proper use of definite articles, prepositions, interrogatives, conjunctions and demonstrative adjectives and pronouns. Other topics include passive voice, proper inflection and vocalization of prepositions.
In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 8 semester hours in Hebrew Language, Language, or Judaic Studies (5/23).