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June 29, 2017

Oh. My. Goodness.  Saturday is the day.

I think I’m ready.  I’ve plotted out some creative writing projects in Hebrew for the month, I have my media ready to go, I have newspapers, movies and TV lined up…

And here’s where I have my brief second thoughts on the whole thing.

I mean, obviously, shy of my doing something on YouTube to prove that I’m improving my Hebrew, there’s not really a lot I can do.  (I might do a thing on YouTube.  Who knows.)  But I think I’ve planned adequately to ensure that I’m doing as much as I can, and I’ll try to set up a conversation or a few during the month with my Hebrew-speaking family.

And I’ll post here in Hebrew too, so fear not. 🙂

Wish me luck!


From → Learning Hebrew

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