asher63 (asher63) wrote in linguaphiles,

Studying Biblical and Modern Hebrew Concurrently

This is for all you native or fluent Hebraeophones, budding Hebrew scholars, beginning Hebraists, or anyone with an interest in learning Hebrew:

What is your level of interest/familiarity with a program that teaches Biblical and Modern Israeli Hebrew concurrently? If you have used such a program, what was your experience with it? What methods did it use, and what were its strengths and shortcomings? How would you make it better?

If you have not used such a program, how interesting or useful would it be to you, and what would you like to get out of it?

Feel free to respond either in the comments or by message. Thanks.
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