FAQs
I know I'm going to miss a few lessons of the semester, is it worth joining?

YES! Many of my students know that they’ll be missing part of the course because they are travelling. So I have a solution for you:

For every lesson that you know (ahead of time) you’ll miss you’ll receive a 60 min. skype lesson with a Hebrew tutor (no extra charge). These skype lessons can be scheduled whenever you want and you’ll be able to go over the lesson content with your tutor. So you won’t fall behind.

For example Susie wants to join a beginners group but she knows that she’ll be in Europe and miss 3 of the 10 lessons. So she signs up for the course and gets 3 skype lessons included in her payment. She can use these 3 lessons whenever she wants. She decides to use them while she’s in Europe because she’s got a free hour here and there and wants to keep up with her Hebrew. So she messages her tutor, makes a skype time and has her lessons. The tutor goes over the content with Susie that she missed and Susie gets one on one conversational practice with the content of that lesson. She comes back from Europe and rejoins the group and is completely up to date. 

If you know that you’ll be missing part of the semester but still want to join then call me (052-883-5156) or email me (teachermikehebrew@gmail.com) and we’ll work out the best solution for you.

Can I come for a trial lesson?

YES of course! The first lesson is an obligation free trial lesson. This means that you can come along obligation free, try out the lesson and if you don’t like it then you leave and don’t have to pay a shekel. If you do like it then you pay the normal course fee like everyone else. Trial lessons are listed below. They are actual lessons and form the first lesson of the semester as well.

– Beginner 2 – Monday, July 9, 10am
– Beginner 2 – Monday, July 9, 7pm
– Intermediate 1 – Wednesday, July 11, 11am
– Intermediate 2 – Sunday, July 8, 11am
– Intermediate 2 – Wednesday, July 11, 7pm

Location: 67 Nakhum Sokolov street, apartment 6. https://goo.gl/maps/Dm448JDE2s32

Can I get a discount?

My prices are already as cheap as I can make them but I’m always trying to find ways to make learning Hebrew more accessible to us as Tel Avivians living in this ridiculously expensive city. 

So….
Returning students receive 10% off the course fee.
If you bring a friend to ANY of the courses then you and he receive 10% discount on the course fee (maximum discount for one person is 10% so if you bring 5 people I’ll give you a big hug and thank you note but you won’t get 50% off but you will get all of your 5 friends a 10% discount each and you will be my hero).

What happens if I'm sick or just can't get to the lesson?

That happens. We’re all human and have lives. You can make it up at any other class suitable to your level. You can also make it up in any other future course. I’m here for you! I want you to succeed!

When do I have to pay?

Full payment is due by the start of the 2nd week of lessons (July 15th). This gives those that have come from the trial lesson time to think about whether they want to join the group or not. You can pay by cash, cheque, bank transfer or paypal. Unfortunately I can’t offer refunds. I tried this once and got really burnt by students that just decided to drop out in the middle. I’ve never had anyone who’s joined a course ask me for a refund and I’ve had at least 60 students go through my groups to date.

What is your refund policy?

Full payment is due by the start of the 2nd week of lessons (July 15th). This gives those that have come from the trial lesson time to think about whether they want to join the group or not. Unfortunately I can’t offer refunds. I tried this once and got really burnt by students that just decided to drop out in the middle. I’ve never had anyone who’s joined a course ask me for a refund and I’ve had at least 60 students go through my groups to date.

I'm not sure what level I am, help?
You’re not the first one, don’t worry. You are welcome to call me and I’ll help you find the right group for you. 052-883-5156. Each group has its own diversity however and you’ll find that there are stronger and weaker students in every group making the standard between them sometimes wide, but never too wide to affect everyone’s learning.

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