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Let’s Explore Israel! Posted by on Aug 17, 2012 in Cultural Awareness, Learning Hebrew, Travel

שלום! I’m sorry for the lack of posts recently, but there’s going to be a change in the blogs for a while. Recently I’ve been planning and researching and thought about exploring Israel. Travelling through the different cities in the country and see what they have to offer. I’ll be visiting museums, eating at some great restaurants, enjoying the nightlife and more.

While exploring each city, I’ll be communicating in Hebrew. But I will translate things into English so I can help you with the language to enjoy your “visit” also. I will also point out some things about Israeli culture and lifestyles so you can get a taste of what Israel has to offer if you ever decide to go on a visit.

And to make these beneficial for your studies, I’ll be including some fun and easy to do mini lessons and exercises to help you learn Hebrew, too.

So I’ll start planning my trip tomorrow and most likely I’ll start the exploration in Tel-Aviv (תֵּל־אָבִיב-יָפוֹ‎‎) since I’ll be flying in from there. See you on Monday!

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Learning languages since 1978 and studying over 50 (achieving fluency in 10). Sean L. Young loves giving tips, advice and the secrets you need to learn a language successfully no matter what language you're learning. Currently studying Hindi and blogging his progress right here at Transparent Language - https://blogs.transparent.com/language-news.


Comments:

  1. Joseph Sompolinsky:

    This sounds wonderful!

  2. Daniel de Oliveira:

    Shalom!
    I’m happy that I found your blog at the right time, in the beginning of your trip. I’m very excited about it.
    Last year I’ve been to Israel for 3 weeks. Unfortunately I had little information and waste some time in the wrong places, but the third week was great traveling around the country.
    Now I really miss the country, the old bookshops, Mamila Street and on and on…