General Information


How can I contact the “HebrewToday” office?

Registration & Customer Care (For individuals and schools/companies)


By E-mail:

General Enquiries – Orders@HebrewToday.com

Customer Service Dept. – Liora Tzadka Liora@HebrewToday.com

By phone:

Toll-free number from USA 1-866-800-5602 (During Israeli working hours or leave a voicemail message)

or: +972-2-643-7153

By Fax:


Business Development & Marketing For Business collaborations and affiliations:

Ilan@HebrewToday.com – Marketing manager Hebrew Today Headquarters Address: 52 Hechalutz St. Jerusalem, 96269, Israel.



About Our Products:


What are the advantages of your teaching method?

There are numerous advantages to our newspapers, including:

  • Anyone can learn Hebrew; the newspapers are suitable for children and adults.
  • Our newspapers are great teaching aids for Hebrew teachers or for the independent reader.
  • As opposed to conventional Hebrew study books, our content is fresh and relevant to current affairs, holidays, etc.
  • Learning Hebrew with Bereshit or Yanshuf is fun, interesting, and highly effective.
  • You learn Hebrew while staying connected to Israel.


What is the best way to learn Hebrew with your newspapers?

We suggest you begin with “Bereshit,” our very easy and unique Hebrew newspaper. Nothing like it is available anywhere else in the world. “Bereshit” will teach you the Hebrew basics (the alphabet and punctuation) you need in order to continue improving your Hebrew skills.

Start with the short and easy articles (see the text level indicators inside “Bereshit”) and use the dictionaries to learn new and more challenging words.  Then, read the newspaper again using the accompanying CD.  Repeat this process a few times while looking at the newspaper. Afterward, try listening to the CD without the newspaper. Soon enough, you will begin to recognize words and understand the Hebrew you are hearing. At your own pace, you will learn to read, understand and pronounce Hebrew properly!


What is the difference between “Bereshit” and “Yanshuf?”

“Bereshit” is geared toward beginners who want to learn Hebrew from the most basic level. It includes English translations alongside the Hebrew text. “Yanshuf” is geared toward more advanced readers, with the English translations provided on a separate dictionary sheet. Easy-Hebrew articles and exercises are included in each issue, and the CD narrator reads all of the articles slowly. Both newspapers are accompanied by dictionaries for new and difficult words.


Who writes the articles for your newspapers?

Our newspapers are written by experienced journalists, skilled Hebrew teachers, and linguists.


Are there Hebrew language exercises in “Bereshit” and “Yanshuf?”

Yes, you will find a selection of challenging and entertaining exercises in both newspapers. Visit our website to see samples.


Is there an Audio Supplement to accompany each issue?

If you order a subscription with a Print + Audio, you will receive an audio link for each issue. Our online edition also includes audio files.


Are “Bereshit” and “Yanshuf” politically or religiously aligned?

What am I likely to find in your newspapers?

What does the Audio Supplement include, and is it mandatory to purchase it?

The Audio Supplement offers an article by article narration of the entire newspaper. Reading at a reasonable pace, Israeli narrators emphasize correct pronunciation. It is not mandatory to purchase the Audio Supplement; however, if you are interested in speaking Hebrew correctly and want to understand Hebrew-speakers and improve fluency, it is highly recommended.



Hebrew Level


How do I know what level should I start with?

What level will I reach after one year’s subscription?

Do I need to know the Hebrew alphabet in order to read “Bereshit?”

When my Hebrew language skills improve, will I be able to change my subscription from one newspaper to the other?

What happens if I realize that the level I signed up for isn’t right for me?

Do you offer your easy Hebrew newspaper for both adults & children?

The great thing about Bereshit is that it is suitable for both children and adult readers.

Subscriptions, Payments & Pricing

Is there an additional delivery cost?

Can I get a local Israeli subscription?

How many issues will I receive throughout the year?

How long is the subscription year?

Is there a discount for multiple orders?

I prefer not to use the internet credit option – is there another way to pay?

Does it cost less to order a longer subscription?

Does the subscription renew itself automatically?

How often is the newspaper published?

Can I pay with PayPal?

what is your refund policy?

If for any reason you decide to cancel your subscription, you can contact us by email or telephone and we will refund the amount of the unused portion of your subscription.






How is the newspaper sent and when will it arrive?

Which countries receive your newspapers?

This summer I’ll be moving abroad. How difficult will it be to change the details of my subscription?

Address changes are easily managed, simply contact our customer service department and they will gladly update your details.


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Test yourself - how well can you manage in Hebrew?

How do you read the name of the following letter?

Do you recognize all of the following letters?
א – ש – ד – ג – ץ – ף - ס

Which of the following letters is not a special "final letter"?

How do you read the following word?

Can you differentiate between the following words and do you know what each word means?
שֶׁמֶשׁ – שַׁמָשׁ

How do you read the following word?

Which of the following words is not plural?

Complete the sentence:
אני ________ את הספר על השולחן

The meaning of the Hebrew word שְׁלֵמִים is:

Complete the sentence:
אֲנִי אוֹהֶבֶת _________ יִשְׂרָאֵל.

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