Why is it important to be able to translate into the Hebrew language?

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Where is it spoken?

Israel – Jewish Communities Worldwide

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Nº of speakers

9 million

Linguistic family

Linguistic family

Afroasiatic – Semitic – Central Semitic – Cananea

The Hebrew language has a long history and is a crucial part of Jewish identity and culture. It has over 9 million speakers globally and is spoken by Jewish communities worldwide.

This language brings together past and present generations and provides insight into the rich traditions and history of a people who have had a profound impact on numerous cultures.

Israel, where Hebrew is the official language, is well-known around the world for its advances in technology and innovation. Learning to speak Hebrew fluently can provide opportunities for international business and cooperation, particularly in fields like science and technology.

The revitalisation of the Hebrew language as a modern, living language is a one-of-a-kind event in linguistic history. The move from being almost exclusively a liturgical language to a language used in everyday conversation is an interesting example of cultural restoration.

Modern Hebrew has changed over time, but still has a clear connection to its biblical origin, which shows how the Jewish people persevere in their culture and language.

Learning Hebrew provides access to one of the world’s oldest cultures and a better understanding of the history, theology and unique features of an important civilization.

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The most translated languages into Hebrew language

American englishEnglish (EEUU) HebrewHebrew
RussianRussian HebrewHebrew
FrenchFrench HebrewHebrew
ArabicArabic HebrewHebrew
GermanGerman HebrewHebrew

Learn to speak in Hebrew like a true native

Basic expressions in Hebrew language

Advanced vocabulary

שלום (Shalom)Peace / Hello / Goodbye
מדינה (Medinah)Country
תרבות (Tarbut)Culture
לימודים (Limudim)Studies
אוכל (Ochel)Food

Other facts about the Hebrew language

  • Unique Revival: Hebrew is the only ancient language that has been resurrected and used in everyday life.
  • Simple Writing: The Hebrew alphabet has 22 letters, all of which are consonants. In the traditional Hebrew writing, there are no vowel sounds but instead, diacritical marks called “niqqud” represent them. Nowadays, vowel sounds are often not included in written Hebrew texts.
  • Official language in Israel: Hebrew and Arabic are the official languages of Israel. These languages are used widely in education, media and government.
  • Meaningful Names: In Hebrew tradition, given names usually hold particular meanings, frequently linked to aspects of nature or spirituality.
  • Biblical origins: Hebrew is one of the oldest worldwide languages, with documented history tracing back over 3,000 years. It was the language used in authoring much of the Hebrew Bible (the Old Testament).
  • Impact on Other Languages: Hebrew words have spread to other languages. Words like “hallelujah” (praise God), “amen”, and “sabbath” (Saturday) are often used in different languages.
  • Technological Update: Hebrew has adapted for modern times by creating new words specifically for technology, allowing it to merge with the digital era.
  • Words with Deep Meanings: Numerous terms in Hebrew possess profound, abstract connotations. A case in point is the word “shalom,” typically translated as “peace,” which additionally denotes entirety, unity and prosperity.
  • Revived Language: Eliezer Ben-Yehuda, nicknamed the father of Modern Hebrew, devoted his life to shaping the language for everyday use by creating numerous new words.
  • Right-to-left writing: Hebrew and other Semitic languages are written and read from right to left.

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