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Title: English to Hebrew by Subject: Topic Dictionary for Learning & Reference


Title: English to Hebrew by Subject: Topic Dictionary for Learning & Reference

Author: Hanna G. Perez

Publisher: Joel Yaron Publishing

 

 

   Readers can be more fluent and confident in their Hebrew communication efforts in only 231 paperback pages when they read English to Hebrew by Subject: Topic Dictionary for Learning & Reference. The second edition paperback is packed with 41 chapters full of necessary words and phrases for present-day and future life in Israel. A companion CD in each edition allows listeners to hear words and phrases clarified for listeners with British or American accents.

 

   English to Hebrew by Subject content is arranged in sensibly expanding subject frameworks. That device speeds up the search and discovery of the words you need. Chapter headings lead to content further broken down into sub-sections zeroing in on the exact vocabulary for specific situations.

 

   Context-based chapters can empower business people and everyone else. They include: Animals, Polite Phrases, The Human Body, Family and Identity, The Five Sense, Behaviors (good and otherwise), Health, Life Cycle, Food and Drinks, Nouns, Verbs, Real Estate, Postal Services, Careers, Toys and Games, Sciences, Measurements, Mathematics, Politics, the Army, Art, Plants, Economy and Business, The Mind, Music, Journalism and Print. Other subjects, among them Law and Justice, Weather, Geography, The Universe, Communications, Computers, Clothing, Cosmetics, Adverbs, Adjectives, Pronouns and Conjunctions, Film, Literature, Plants, Time and Seasons are also capably covered in the materials.

 

   Paired with a Hebrew thesaurus, English to Hebrew by Subject can propel personal progress in speaking, writing and listening to Hebrew far beyond previous ulpan parameters.

 

   A sample chapter and contents list can be downloaded at www.engheb.com/htm/clip.htm.

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