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   The Department of Semitic and Oriental Languages was established in 2000/2001 as a new department in the Faculty of Arts in Yarmouk University .It offers a program of study leading to a Bachelor's degree with a single and major specialization in Hebrew and Persian. Mohammad Al Qar'a has taught in the mention department since 2006, the following courses: 

Hebrew Language (1) Heb (101):  this course begins with beginner students, who learn basics subjects as the Hebrew Alphabet, Vowel, grammar,  numbers in Hebrew sentence etc.

Hebrew Texts and practices Heb (102): this course offers Hebrew texts, which is read in the class and it offers also a linguistics analyze such on verbs, nouns etc. and exercise the students to read Hebrew correctly and to exercise them more  about the Hebrew words and sentences.

Reading and listening Heb (103): this course offers to read and listen different modern Hebrew Texts.

Conversation in modern Hebrew (1) Heb. (104): this course aims to learn students to build short conversation in Hebrew, and shows the students the different accent of west and east Israelis. 

History of Hebrew language Heb. (171): this course is to introduce the student about the history of  Hebrew language from the ancient Hebrew such as Miqra, Mishna, middle ages, Modern and contemporary Hebrew and shed light also to the different aspects of each epoch. 

Hebrew Grammar 1 Heb. (211): the aim of this course is to show the changes which accrues to the Hebrew verbs patterns which called in Hebrew "Binyanim בנינים", verbs conjugations in gender, number, and person also tenses and moods

Conversation in modern Hebrew (2) Heb. (221): this course aims to learn students to build a long conversations in Hebrew in widely subjects.

Translation from Hebrew into Arabic Heb. (241): the aim of this course is to train the students to use a Hebrew Arabic dictionary and to reconstruct the hebrew words to its roots, and also offers Hebrew Texts in different subjects such as politic, literatures, biographies etc. 

Miqraic and Mishnaic Hebrew Heb. (311): the aims of this course is to shed light on old testament as written law and Mishna as oral law, their sources and language differences between these two epochs,  and to read some text from the Tora and Mishna as practical exercises.

Hebrew Grammar 2 Heb. (321): the aim of this course is to build Hebrew nouns and its Classification, Forms, Definitions, Gender etc.

Translation from Arabic into Hebrew Heb. (341): the aim of this course is to offer Arabic Texts in different subjects such as politic, literatures, biographies etc. and to translate it into Hebrew.

Composition Heb. (352): this course is to train student to make short and long sentences in Hebrew, also to write essays in different subjects Hebrew.

Hebrew literature in middle ages Heb. (361): the aim of this course is to shed light on Hebrew literature in Islamic period in Spain other where.

Translation from & into Arabic Heb. (411A): it is an advanced translation course, which provided students special texts and special subjects.

Linguistics skills Heb. (415): this course is an elective course, shed light on Hebrew sentence structure, reading, listening and writing.

Modern Hebrew literature in Europe (Heb. 422):  this course includes the Hebrew literature which written in Europe from 17 - 19 AD. and also the famous Jewish movements such as Chassidism and Haskalah (Enlightenment movement) and their literature, also it deals with the conflict between these two movements.

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