New Blog Entries

We are busy populating our new site blog with posts about the Hebrew language.

Recent posts deal with:

  • Word order in the Hebrew of the Bible.
  • Second-language acquisition theory and free voluntary reading.
  • The formation of Hebrew verbs in various binyanim.

We currently have three regular contributors (Jason, Jonathan, and Mariana). If you would like to contribute to our blog, read this page and then let us know by filling out this form.

Upcoming Courses

Our goal at the Hebrew Café is to offer quality courses in biblical and modern Hebrew at a reasonable price.

With that in mind, we are now offering  new courses for those who are serious about learning Hebrew.

We’re looking to start our Beginning Biblical Hebrew (HE101) course! Click here for syllabus and sign-up form. 

We are currently running a biblical Hebrew course that is being shared on YouTube as it progresses.

New courses can be set up by contacting our teachers and asking about joining a new group.


Social Media

Our Facebook group is growing by the day. You are welcome to use it as a place to meet other people who are interested in Hebrew or ask questions.

As of right now, our YouTube channel is being used to upload our weekly grammar sessions in both Hebrew and biblical Aramaic. Subscribe and hit the notification bell to be updated when we upload new videos. We will also be putting together some videos for modern Hebrew very soon.

Learn hebrew

Learn more Hebrew online by improving your Hebrew reading skills by joining a reading group. You can throw one together by asking around on the Facebook Group or get a tutor.

Speak Hebrew

Learn Hebrew by speaking modern Hebrew online through via WhatsApp, Skype, or Zoom. You can find a fellow speaker on the Facebook Group or have a tutor give you one-on-one lessons.

Know Hebrew

Improve your overall confidence by spending time online with like-minded lovers of Hebrew people want to do more with what they know in Hebrew.

Travel Like a Pro

Learning modern Hebrew will help you be more like a native when you come to Israel. You’ll understand the street signs and order in restaurants like a sabra!

Understand the Brachot

Saying the same prayers every week can be hard when you don’t know what you’re saying. Learn Hebrew and put כַּוָּנָה into your prayer life.

Impress Your Friends

Use Hebrew phrases and expressions when you’re hanging out with your friends and show them that you’re in the know.

Feel Tied to the Land

עוֹלִים חֲדָשִׁים (new immigrants) often find it hard to feel connected to their new home in Israel if they don’t speak the language. Find your connection in Hebrew!

Find Gainful EMployment

Knowing Hebrew well increases your chances of finding a good and well-paying job in Israel. Start out with some conversational skills find an עֲבוֹדָה חֲדָשָׁה (new job).

Fuel Your Passion

Whatever your passion is, you’ll feel freer and more confident to engage it in Israel when you’re framing in the Hebrew language. Give yourself a חָזוֹן חָדָשׁ (new vision) in Hebrew!

I have been a student of ancient languages for many years (Latin, Greek, Hebrew, and Arabic). Over that time, I have used a number of tutors, participated in online classes, and purchased numerous video courses. I have just finished Jason’s Hebrew Café course and cannot recommend it more highly.

  • Michael Overly

I have searched for a lot of online courses out there before, even YouTube videos, but this course provided by Jason was like no other. Within 3 sessions, I was set to start reading Hebrew words already. I will forever be indebted to the Hebrew Café, most especially to Jason Hare, for helping me learn to read and comprehend Biblical Hebrew.

  • Geovani Buenafe

Learn Hebrew at your leisure. in your own way.