I’m 27 and a Giyoret as of this month, so I never attended Hebrew school. I’m wanting to start studying Hebrew, but am unsure where to start. My rabbi has been really wonderful and made room in her schedule for adult Hebrew lessons, but as a stay-at-home mother, it’s been impossible to schedule around the other students taking lessons so that I don’t have my toddler with me during lessons. Does anyone have some suggestions for beginner workbooks and/or textbooks that could help me start learning? I’m still at the very beginning stages of learning the alef bet, so I’m not looking for anything too advanced, I just have a personal goal of being able to start reading some Hebrew by next Shavuot so I can follow along a little better when we study the Book of Ruth again.
Books/workbooks to start studying Hebrew?
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