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Hilarious Hebrew is a book that will help you memorise Hebrew words in a FUN and FAST way, with no tedious repetition.

Hilarious Hebrew is for anyone interested in learning new Hebrew words and the method used works wonderfully for ANYBODY, at ANY LEVEL-  All you need to do is… read the carefully constructed sentences composed in English, enjoy the illustrations, and - hey presto- you will be amazed at your ability to remember the new Hebrew words!

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Hilarious Hebrew Book

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Hilarious Hebrew Cards


“It is quite hilarious and entertaining and the best thing is, it does help you to memorise new words through the funny/curious phrases and drawings. That's the goal at the end: to remember new words through association. You guys did an awesome work!”


- Roxana Ortegal, Israel

"Really fun!!! This is really a humorous book that I can actually learn from. More, more, more!! "


- Happy Shopper (

“It's so original, clever, funny, educational and a brilliant gift for those who seem to have everything else that they need!"


- Rudi Reeves, London

"This method is a wonderful way to learn. The sentences really plug into the imagination of both the adult and child mind. It is also funny so it relaxes the person learning and makes a memorable learning experience"


Victoria Jahkeline Salomon

Meet The Team

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is from Rehovot, Israel and lives in Brighton, England. She is a TV presenter, teaches Modern Hebrew and also writes for the Jewish Chronicle. Her articles about British culture and lifestyle appeared in the Israeli newspapers Ha’aretz and Ma’ariv.

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is from Kibbutz Kfar Szold in Northern Israel. He is a musician based in Israel and is a member of the band Ruchot Ha'Tsafon (The Northern Winds).

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is a cartoonist, writer and illustrator based in Brighton, England. He has illustrated several books and is the author of How to Build a Robot with Your Dad, and Screw It

(both Michael O’Mara Books).

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