Modern Hebrew Verbs Step by Steps

Modern Hebrew Verbs Step by Steps

This workbook provides 33 drill sheets containing 1,950 Hebrew verbs to practice through all the binyanim. The author Rut Avni explains the binyanim and their use in the step by step textbook with the same title. The workbook contains drill sheets and keys for the self-study. It is not necessary to purchase the textbook to practice Hebrew verbs with this workbook.

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