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Hebrew & Yiddish

Jewish Studies offers language courses in modern conversational Hebrew, Biblical Hebrew, and Yiddish, and a separate course in English, Languages of the Jews (JWSH 338 [JWSH 339 Honors]).

Hebrew Placement

Students who have had some modern conversational Israeli Hebrew and wish to take further courses must take a Hebrew Placement exam.

Students who have never had any modern conversational Israeli Hebrew may enroll in HEBR 110, offered each Fall, without taking the Hebrew Placement exam.


Hebrew (modern and Biblical)

Yiddish

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