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The company was the first to introduce online Hebrew teaching materials, exercises and educational gaming with its groundbreaking Shalom Uvrachah primer and Hineni: The New Hebrew Through Prayer over a decade ago.
Segal is especially interested in examining how poetry presented the New Hebrew, not just through poetic tropes, but by invoking the new accent as the authentic, living, territorialized language of Jewish labor and the immigrant yet "native" figure of the New Hebrew.
Even broadcasters such as the Israeli Broadcasting Authority and the Second Authority for television have been asked not to refer to the neighbourhoods by their old names and use the new Hebrew names where possible.
SEDER Into a foyer of reminding and longing we sing ourselves to the table in a chorus of blessings lift the bread of affliction and the wine of tomorrow And the youngest in her new Hebrew asks Why this night?
I've also gotten a great deal from the new Hebrew poetry.
Now here's a great dictionary,'' remarks Gadish, the secretary of the Academy committee that invents general-use words like those in the 1938 dictionary, but with a particular focus on new Hebrew monikers for popular foreign language words.
95 Hardcover Space, place, and society DS110 Once a suburb of Jaffa, Tel Aviv's rapid growth and attainment of municipal status furthered its meaning as the first new Hebrew city.
As for the meter, in order to reproduce the Italian endecasillabo, Immanuel created a new Hebrew line combining the traditional quantitative system of Spanish Hebrew poetry with the syllabic one characteristic of Italian verse.