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I'm a high-schooler looking to take an independent study course in Hebrew. My previous request was turned down due to not being rigorous enough (Ulpan-Or specifically). Can anyone recommend a decent, rigorous online course in Hebrew?

Edit: I am looking for a course in modern Hebrew

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    Sorry, I should've mentioned. 'Free' is by no means a requirement for the selection, and in fact I imagine it would be pretty difficult to convince my counselor of the course's rigor if it were free. I'm not looking for a free app, I'm looking for a rigorous course with teachers. – Megalonychidae Aug 8 '18 at 0:38
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    Ok, sorry I missed that – Hatchet Aug 8 '18 at 0:50
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    Should the base language of the course be English or can it also be another language? – Christophe Strobbe Aug 8 '18 at 10:25
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    English is the only language in which I'm fluent – Megalonychidae Aug 8 '18 at 13:14
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    Could you edit your question to indicate the "period" of Hebrew you're interested in? I'm aware of two college-level courses in Biblical/Classical Hebrew (both from "Christian" sources, if that matters here), but it might be that you're after Israeli/Modern Hebrew. – Dɑvïd Aug 11 '18 at 10:53
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I'm not sure what style of course you prefer, but the best and most in-depth podcast in Hebrew that I liked was LearnHebrewPod. There is a ton of information there. Another great resource, though not really a traditional course, is TeachMeHebrew, which is a very unique site with great songs, lessons, and other useful information. As for other online course resources, here is a website that lists many, including my two favorites that I already highlighted.

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