When: 900 CE - 70 CEWhat you can read in it: The Hebrew Bible, also known as the Old Testament, which was also later translated into ancient Greek (and then called the Septuagint.)Pros to learning it: You can learn to point vowels, which is cool. Also, biblical Hebrew shares a surprising number of similarities with modern spoken Hebrew, including much of the alphabet.Cons to learning it: No one really speaks it anymore.
You don’t have to speak the language to appreciate the elegance and beauty of the Japanese characters. This 32 block set includes a puzzle with the map of Japan, and all of the Hiragana you need to spell your favorite sushi item. Each block features the Katakana equivalent, numbers, and animals with their English translation. This set is made from sustainable Michigan basswood, and is perfect for the little Japanese learner in your dojo.
Learn Russian Basic Russian Basic Russian pages are for people who have never studied Russian language or had a few years of Russian many years ago and need a review. Beginner Russian pages include Russian alphabet, grammar lessons, vocabulary lessons and listening activities.