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Rosetta Stone V2: Hebrew Level 1 [OLD VERSION]

Platform : Mac OS X, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows XP, Linux, Unix, Mac, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT
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  • This powerful tool uses advanced multimedia tools to immerse you completely in Hebrew, as you experience the language just as a native-speaker would
  • You'll enjoy 12 special activities with 92 lessons each -- all of them fun and interesting, and sure to teach you more about the language
  • Key skills in listening comprehension, reading, speaking and writing are developed as you get a taste of Jewish culture
  • Previews, tests and automated tutorials help you when you're stumped, so that your Hebrew speaking skills never cease to grow!

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With the Rosetta Stone Hebrew Personal Edition Level 1, you have the same new language-instruction techniques at your disposal that the U.S. State Dept, the Peace Corps and NASA use!

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Learn a new language with the award-winning method used by the U.S. State Department to train diplomats. Proven effective by NASA astronauts, Peace Corps volunteers, and millions of students worldwide, the Rosetta Stone Language Library teaches new languages faster and easier than ever before.

We all learn our childhood language by associating new words and phrases with the world around us. The Rosetta Stone method replicates this process by presenting vivid, real-life images to convey the meaning of each new phrase. Instead of translating, memorizing, and studying rules of grammar, you actually learn to think in the new language. Vocabulary and grammar are integrated systematically, leading to everyday proficiency.

The Rosetta Stone Level I program offers a comprehensive course of study for beginning learners, leading to intermediate proficiency. The program contains over 3,500 real-life images and phrases in 92 lessons and more than 250 hours of mastery instruction in listening comprehension, reading, speaking, and writing. Systematic structure teaches vocabulary and grammar naturally, without lists and drills. There are reviews, exercises, and tests for every lesson with automated tutorials throughout the program. (Ages 6 and older)


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
  • ASIN: B00005ICD3
  • Item model number: 034-00
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 10, 2002
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,644 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
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64 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Maurice J Samuel on November 22, 2002
I teach a special education program in a Hebrew day school. I use this program to introduce my students to Hebrew language. It works! Even if a child cannot yet read, he or she can still learn the language by connecting the words they hear with the pictures. They can then use this program to see how these same words are written. I have some students who can study a unit and take the test in the program and get 100% on the reading test first time. The test of matching pictures to the heard words takes a little longer. I also have some students who excel the other way: they find pictures easier, the reading is more difficult. This program enables my students to improve all aspects of their language skills.
P.S. Before I bought the program, I tried the sampler CD, and learned some Welsh myself. This is a language that has always intrigued me - and if I could learn Welsh from Rosetta Stone, I felt that my students could definitely learn Hebrew using it.
Again, it's not the most exciting game, but if you want to learn Hebrew, this is a great way to do it.
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 16, 2004
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I began studying hebrew 2 years ago, but with only occasional classes, I found that I understood very little in conversation. This software helped me begin to do that. It has 8 'chapters', each with 11 or 12 'lessons'. The vocabulary starts out easy and slowly becomes more difficult. At the end, the vocabulary is probably intermediate level.
Within each lesson is 10 sets of 4 pictures. A statement is said aloud (there is also an option for reading only), and you click on the appropriate picture. It seems rather simplistic, but it really helps in understanding the language and associating the words and phrases with the actions being depicted.
Overall, excellent. My big regret is that they do not have a level II.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Ronald W. Satz on September 11, 2006
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Fairfield's marketing is much better than their engineering. There are eight units with 11 or 12 lessons each. Each lesson has 10 parts. And each part has 4 phrases or sentences, arranged as picture (or cartoon) squares (sometimes related, sometimes not). In the preview for each each part, one selects a square and the phrase is uttered. Unfortunately the Hebrew is plastered on top of the picture, thereby preventing certain details from being decipherable. There is no English translation provided, nor are there any grammar lessons. One cannot click on a word to get its meaning. So what happens is that one has to make a guess as to the meaning, which may or may not be correct. In the guided exercises, the program rapidly goes through each of the four pictures, then you get quizzed. In the speaking section, you must mimic the speaker as best you can--but the Hebrew phrase is not displayed on the screen. Even worse, the voice frequency display does not readily halt. All in all, this product needs a lot of work before I will recommend it.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By David E. Fish on March 22, 2006
Although I did know some basic Hebrew, this program has begun to teach me Modern Hebrew in a very effective way. I definitely would recommend it.

Some issues: currently there is no Level 2. Even after completing Level 1, I think I will have a long way to go and will have to search out other learning approaches. Although it runs in an MS window, I don't think it is a real Windows program, so when going through the typing exercises, it gets glitchy at times. And some of the user interfaces are a bit awkward. For example in the typing exercises, it would be nice to be able to hit Enter to submit your response, but instead you have to switch over to the mouse to push a button. Also, to switch activities or lessons, there is no menu bar -- you have to hit their "Go Back" button.

But overall, I am learning to speak Hebrew.
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