In-Flight Hebrew

  • by Living Language
  • Narrated by Living Language
  • 0 hrs and 57 mins
  • Original recording Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Wondering how to make use of all that spare time on the plane while you're flying to Jerusalem or Tel Aviv? Between your in-flight meal and your in-flight movie, try some In-Flight Hebrew! This 60-minute program is the simplest way to learn just enough Hebrew to get through anything you'll run into, whether you're traveling for business or for pleasure. Short lessons make In-Flight Hebrew easy to use.
Covers everything from greetings and polite expressions to asking directions, getting around, checking into a hotel, and going to a restaurant.

Includes sections for meeting people and spending a night on the town.

Over 400 essential words, phrases, and expressions.

Simple and effective format - just listen and repeat.

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Customer Reviews

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Not Helpful for first time learners

In-Flight Hebrew is not useful for learning and understanding the language. It "teaches" you in long sentances and most of the time you do not even know what the individual words you are saying mean. This, combine with the lack of repetition means it is very hard to retain knowledge from this audio book. I purchased both this one, and the Primsler's one. I initially tried to start learning with this, and quickly gave up as it would say something in English, repeat it in Hebrew, and then pause just long enough for you to repeat what was said. Then they would move on to the next saying. I found myself needing to rewind and listen carefully to what was said in Hebrew over and over to be able to repeat it correctly. This annoyance, combine with not really "learning" what I was saying made me stop trying with this one after about 5 minutes. I did go back after completeing the first Primsler's book, and found it easier to understand and repeat, but this one is not going to teach you on your flight over as it claims. You might be able to memorize a few of the sayings, but you would find it very hard to understand anyone answering you which really should be what your goal is in learning a new languange.
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- T. Raabe

Not very useful

I tried several quick Hebrew audio courses, just to get a few basic words and phrases, while working in Jerusalem for a few months last. I thought this was the weakest and most confusing of them, I don't recommend it.
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- Laura

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-05-2001
  • Publisher: Living Language