Car wrote:I worked through an older version of CLE's Grammaire progressive du français - niveau avancé a couple of years ago and it's definitely good.
księżycowy wrote:Let me know what you think of Assimil Hebrew, Luís. I'm debating using that, or using the Routledge coursebook when I want to learn Modern Hebrew. I mean, I have copies of both. So wondering which to buy isn't the issue. Just curious how you find it.
księżycowy wrote:No, not Colloquial. The Routledge Introductory Course in Modern Hebrew by Etzion.
I was trying to avoid writing that whole title, and look where it got me.
Luís wrote:I don't care about the "second wave" anyway. I usually just go over the lessons and add words and sentences to Anki (even in the so called "passive phase"). I don't really bother revisiting old lessons and translating them into the target language, as they suggest.
księżycowy wrote:I've very tempted to follow behind you in Assimil Hebrew.
księżycowy wrote:The text may have some things that urk me, but I never stopped loving Assimil's methodology. And that's one method where I tend to not bother with Anki at all.
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