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אולפן בארה“ב

September 3, 2012

So I’ve written in the past that my wife doesn’t speak Hebrew (or, I’d like to think at least I’ve inferred it).  She reads well enough to daven, but that’s about it – she only understands a little bit, none of it really conversational save for frequently said things about our house.

And likewise – as many of you have noticed – my own Hebrew really could use some drastic improvement.  Believe me, I appreciate the comments that correct what I’ve written when they come in.

What would be most ideal for me would be an Ulpan here in Baltimore.  There used to be one over at Beth El in some years, but I haven’t heard anything about it lately.

For those in the Baltimore area, the JCC is going to be starting a beginning level Ulpan – it’s apparently beneath my level, but for someone like my wife, it’s probably a great idea.  For anyone who might be interested, contact mberman@jcc.org for more details.  I don’t know costs, or schedule, but it can’t hurt to look into it if you’re interested.

Now if they’d just get an advanced one going….

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