I am pleased to announce that I have passed my Ptor / פטור exam (the highest level of Modern Hebrew exam at RIS, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem) with an A+ (96%)! Now, if you have any Hebrew works that need to be translated into Chinese Mandarin / English, please don’t hesitate to contact me at email@example.com. I would be more than happy to help out with that 😀😎🤓
P/S: I still haven’t found time to update the learning materials for Level Vav (Upper Advanced), but I will do so as soon as possible. 😉
❤️! שלום לכוללללללללם
I have just completed Level Heh with a final mark of 95%. The university is really strict about the attendance. Due to my application for work and residence permits in China, I had to be away from the class for 2.5 weeks, and I have thus lost 2.5% in the final grading 😭😭😭. Another 2.5% are lost in my mid-term and final exams. Luckily, my final grade is still an A+, and I should be happy about it 🙃🙂🙃 I will just work harder in Level Vav (the highest Modern Hebrew level available at the RIS) during the summer~
Anyway, here is an updated version of my Modern Hebrew learning resources: (more…)
On 11.03.2019, I was honoured to join the Golda Meir Ceremony with the other fellowship recipients. It was held at the fancy Maiersdorf Faculty Club on Mount Scopus Campus.
The name Golda Meir conveys various meanings to different groups of people. (more…)
Here are some resources I have found useful in learning Modern Hebrew up to the Dalet Level (Lower Advanced):
1. Dictionary: Morfix is a free online dictionary that allows translation from Hebrew to English or vice versa. You can type in any morphology of the Hebrew term, and the search engine will offer you the possible base forms and their meanings.
2. Grammar: Easing into Modern Hebrew Grammar published by the Hebrew University Magnes Press comes in two volumes, explaining almost every nook and cranny of Modern Hebrew grammar in a clear and logical fashion.
3. Vocabulary Builders and Grammar Reinforcements: (more…)
For the past few months, I have been busy with learning Modern Hebrew at the Rothberg International School at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Now, with the arrival of Spring, I am able to share with you my exam results ☺️
10 years ago, I completed Level Aleph (Advanced Beginners) and Level Bet (Lower Intermediate) at the same institution. (more…)
For those interested in the textual history of the Hebrew Bible, I would recommend these two great books, from which I learn a great deal:
1. Ernst Würthwein and Alexander Achilles Fischer, The Text of the Old Testament: An Introduction to the Biblia Hebraica (3rd ed.; trans. Erroll F. Rhodes; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans: 2014).