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David Katz

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希伯來語
母語
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俄語
C2
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德語
C2
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英語
C2
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荷蘭語
C1
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西班牙語
C1

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Hi, shalom! My name is David. I came from Israel to Germany where I studied at the Goethe university in Frankfurt am Main in Bachelor and Master degree in linguistics.

I've been teaching Hebrew for more than 25 years – in private, in many language courses, at the university, where I taught Modern and Biblical Hebrew, and of course also online.

I motivate my students to learn Hebrew, because I like very much teaching languages.

Depending on for which purpose you need to learn the language, I will tune the learning methods to adapt the study to your needs. So you can either start speaking fast or learn the grammar deeply - it's just up to you to decide!
I speak, ask questions, and encourage my students to do the same. I remember that questions can never be stupid. We read stories, newspapers, books, etc.

I have the following textbooks:
1. "Ulpan ivrit", which is big and detailed.
2. "Shear ivrit".
3. "Sheat ivrit".
4. Diverse ulpans' scripts.
5. "Complete Modern Hebrew" by Gilboa.
6. "Colloquial Hebrew" by Lyttleton and Wang.
7. "My First Hebrew Word Book" - a children book.
8. My own grammar scripts.
9. Also books in German and Russian.

By the way, I have a lot of experience in preparing students for ulpan exams, as well as university exams, for tourism purposes, for reading the Bible or professional vocabulary. Because of my linguistic education, I can explain any, even the most complex grammatical concepts.
Finally, I offer slow learning, where the stuff is taught with many repetitions, as well as intensive courses. You can learn in private or in a group.
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1993
Bachelor and Master degree
Goethe University - Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Focus in the historical linguistics, I wrote my BA thesis about Hebrew and taught in for students