libros de srgunda mano - second hand books in English and other languages

martes, 6 de diciembre de 2016

Hebrew/Hebreo at the University of Texas at Austin y Stanford

Hebrew/Hebreo at the University of Texas at Austin


muchos recursos, video y audio, tutoriales...

Hebrew/Hebreo at the University of Stanford





sábado, 16 de julio de 2016

בצלם

B'Tselem בצלם


This week, the Israeli Knesset passed the "NGO bill," which requires Israeli human rights organizations, like B'Tselem, to be labeled as foreign agents. The government's attempts to stigmatize and silence our work prove our value and effectiveness. Join us in taking a stand against the occupation. Help us amplify our principled voice at this critical time. Please donate to B'Tselem right now. btselem.org/donate



www.btselem.org









martes, 14 de junio de 2016

Academy Hebrew


 The Academy of the Hebrew Language

The Academy of the Hebrew Language is the world’s premiere institution for the Hebrew language, and in Israel, its decisions are binding on all governmental agencies. Here, as one would expect, new Hebrew words and terms are created, and standards are set for grammar, orthography, transliteration and punctuation. Its flagship endeavor, however, is its work in preserving the Hebrew language and its development through the Historical Dictionary Project.


http://hebrew-academy.org.il/



En inglés hebrew-academy.huji.ac.il/ENG 


http://maagarim.hebrew-academy.org.il/Pages/PMain.aspx

En inglés http://daf.hebrew-academy.org.il/maagarim-help-english     

The Ma'agarim website has been made available to the public during 2014-2016 through the support of the National Heritage Program in the Prime Minister's Office. The paramount project of the Academy of the Hebrew Language is the Historical Dictionary; the creation of this enormous and most important enterprise was decided upon shortly after the Academy was established in 1953.The aim of a historical dictionary is to relate the history of the words of a language by answering questions such as: When did the word first enter the language, and is it still in use? What were the word’s original form and meaning and how did they change over time?