Resources I use to learn Hebrew :)
Other than Duolingo, I use:
https://www.pealim.com = Brilliant website that helps me with verbs, and has wonderful tables to show the verbs and all the tenses and conjugation.
https://cooljugator.com/he = Conjugation, woo! Doesn't have audio for the verbs but, you can choose to see the transcription. Very helpful. Also available in other languages.
Youtube channel T'helah B. = Wonderful channel which teaches all kinds of things and has wonderful videos on how verbs work and basic verb conjugation (the playlist is called "Hebrew Verbs Lessons (The Kefar)"- can't recommend this enough!
- http://www.hebrewonthebar.com/prepositions-in-hebrew/ = Great and straight-forwards explanation on how Hebrew prepositions and what they are.
General Hebrew improvement:
- hebrewpod101.com = Suitable for all kinds of learners, from absolute beginners to advanced. They have videos and vocabulary sets and listening comprehension videos- all kinds of things. To have all the benefits you have to pay, however. They also have a lot of free content on their youtube channel, HebrewPod101. Also available in other languages. The listening comprehension is usually my favorite because it's the thing I struggle with most.
- https://www.teachmehebrew.com = All kinds of useful information and vocabulary lists, grammar lists, dialogues, as well as a list of some Hebrew songs
I will keep adding resources on here, and I am about to receive some Hebrew textbooks in a few days/weeks.
Hope this is helpful to someone!!!
I use it too, but it was $2.50 for the first 6 months, it was a special, not sure if it's still on. AND the Reverso app (has audio, the website doesn't), that's $9.99 a year. And the Linguistix pronunciation course.. I forgot the price, but he has sales during holidays (and I referred someone to the course who signed up before me during a sale. The sale was over when I decided to join, but my "referral" asked him for a discount code for me... So it was discounted. There is an extensive list of videos for pronunciation. It's a flat subscription fee. It was $236 with the discount. And I'm really glad I did it. Duolingo is sorely lacking in that regard. You can see his free videos to get a taste @ https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfwqVVFqlT1v0tS9hhTg7kL1cUVyO4oFY
Here are some extra resources I have: Weather words: https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Hebrew/Vocabulary/Weather Haven't used this yet, but it looks like a good way to keep learning after duo: https://www.clozemaster.com/languages/learn-hebrew-from-english Israeli Newspaper: https://www.israelhayom.co.il/ Hebrew Fluency Exam: https://ulpan.co.il/test-your-hebrew-level/ Numbers: read:https://zondervanacademic.com/blog/hebrew-numbers Tinycard (flash card) sets created by me: - Clothing: https://tinycards.duolingo.com/decks/61TBmJpZ/clothing-bgdym - Colours: https://tinycards.duolingo.com/decks/64zxGj2K/colours-ts-ba-iym - Adjectives 1: https://tinycards.duolingo.com/decks/5eQjnh7p/adjectives-lesson-1 - Food 1: https://tinycards.duolingo.com/decks/5ajZonq4/food-1-vkl-1 - Food 2: https://tinycards.duolingo.com/decks/5ko2Nqs5/food-2-vkl-2 - Animals (not created by me): https://tinycards.duolingo.com/decks/4snF6uf/hebrew-animals - Memrise (a good way to familiarise yourself with words before taking a new lesson): https://www.memrise.com/course/1031737/hebrew-duolingo/
I can really recommend the podcast Streetwise Hebrew if you want to learn slang expressions, but also just improve your vocabulary.