Hebrew Conversation: Learn 13 Easy Dialogs for Beginners

Hey Junkies!

Want to learn to talk Hebrew? Master some easy Hebrew conversation? Good.

Today, you finally learn 13 simple Hebrew conversations. In fact, if you print this page and re-read (out loud) it every now and then, they’ll get stuck in your brain for good.

In this easy Hebrew conversation guide, you’ll learn:

  • How to introduce yourself
  • How to ask about plans
  • and much more.

Yes! You’ll also get the translation for each one. By the end, you will know 13 Hebrew conversations.


13 Hebrew Conversation Dialogs for Beginners

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Now, as you read these, be sure to listen to this free audio lesson too.

Why? You get to hear REAL pronunciation. And if you repeat out loud, you’re practicing speaking. So, press the play button below.

Now, onto the Hebrew conversations.

1. Introducing yourself

hebrew conversation

This is a basic Hebrew conversation that all beginners should learn. It’s all about introducing yourself.

  • Jane: שלום, קוראים לי ג’יין
    • Shalom, kor’im li Jane
    • Hello, my name is Jane
  • Michael: שלום, קוראים לי מיכאל. נעים להכיר אותך
    • Shalom, kor’im li Mih’ael. Naim lehakir otah’
    • Hello, my name is Michael. Nice to meet you
  • Jane: נעים להכיר גם אותך. אני אמריקאית.
    • Naim lehakir gam ot’ha. Ani amerikait.
    • Nice to meet you, too. I’m American.
  • Michael: ואני ישראלי
    • Veani yesraeli
    • And I am Israeli

By the way, if you want to learn more about introducing yourself in Hebrew, check the link below:

2. Asking about things

Now, how do you ask questions in Hebrew? And ask about things? Here’s how.

  • Jane: ?סליחה, מה זה
    • Slih’a, ma ze?
    • Excuse me, what is this?
  • Michael: זה פלפל
    • Ze falafel
    • This is falafel

3. Asking about plans

Want to ask someone about their plans? This Hebrew conversation will help you do that.

  • Michael: ג’יין, יש לך תוכניות למחר?
    • Jane, yesh lah’ toh’niyot lemah’ar?
    • Jane, do you have plans for tomorrow?
  • Jane: לא, אין לי שום תוכניות.
    • Lo, eiy li shum toh’niyot.
    • No, I don’t have any plans.
  • Michael: אז בואי נלך לקולנוע מחר.
    • Az boi neleh’ lakolnoa mah’ar.
    • Then let’s go to the cinema tomorrow.
  • Jane: כן, למה לא.
    • Ken, lama lo.
    • Yes, why not.

4. What are you doing?

  • Michael: מה את עושה?
    • Ma at osa?
    • What are you doing?
  • Jane: אני מבשלת ארוחת ערב.
    • Ani mevashelet aruh’at erev.
    • I am cooking dinner.

5. Asking about plans and schedule over the phone

  • Sarah: שלום תום, זאת שרה.
    • Shalom Tom zot Sara
    • Hello Tom, this is Sarah.
  • Tom: שלום שרה.
    • Shalom Sara.
    • Hello Sarah.
  • Sarah: עכשיו 12:15. מתי אנחנו הולכים לתיאטרון?
    • Ah’shav 12:15. Matay anah’nu holh’im lateatron?
    • It’s 12:15 now. What time are we going to the theater?
  • Tom: .אנחנו הולכים בשעה 3:30
    • Anah’nu holh’im beshaa 3:30.
    • We’re going at 3:30.

6. Saying “I want” in Hebrew

Want to talk about your wants in Hebrew? Then use this quick Hebrew conversation. But if you want to learn the grammar for “I want to..,” then check out my lesson here.

  • Michael: ג’יין, האם אני יכול להשתמש במחשב שלך?
    • Jane, haim ani yah’ol lehishtamesh bamah’shev shelah’?
    • Jane, can I use your computer?
  • Jane: לא! אני רוצה להשתמש במחשב שלי עשיו.
    • Lo! Ano rotza lehishtamesh bamah’shev sheli ah’shav.
    • No! I want to use my computer now.

7. Asking about price

This simple conversation is going to come in very handy if you decide to visit a store in Israel.

  • Noa: סליחה, כמה זה עולה?
    • Slih’a, kama ze ole?
    • Excuse me, how much does it cost?
  • Shelly: זה עולה 50 שקל.
    • Ze ole 50 shekel.
    • It costs 50 shekels.

8. Asking “How are you?”

By the way, I have a whole lesson on asking “How are You” here.

  • Yotam: שלום מאיה. מה שלומך?
    • Shalom Maya. Ma shlomeh’?
    • Hello Maya. How are you.
  • Maya: שלום יותם. הכל בסדר, ומה איתך?
    • Shalom Yotam. Hakol beseder, vema it’h’a?
    • Hello Yotam. I’m fine, and how are you?
  • Sarah: אצלי גם הכל בסדר.
    • Etzli gam hakol beseder.
    • I’m fine, too.
  • Tom: .אני שמח לשמוע
    • Ani sameah’ lishmo’a.
    • I’m happy to hear that.

9. Asking about time

Here is how we ask “what time is it?” in Hebrew.

  • Noa: סליחה, מה השעה?
    • Slih’a, ma hashaa?
    • Excuse me, what time is it?
  • Shelly: עכשיו רבע לשמונה.
    • Ah’shav reva leshmone.
    • It’s a quarter to eight.
  • Noa: תודה!
    • Toda!
    • Thank you!
  • Shelly: בבקשה!
    • Bevakasha!
    • You’re welcome!

10. Introducing someone

This is a good dialogue to practice with a friend who learns Hebrew as well.

  • Tomer: תכיר את אחותי, קרן.
    • Takir et ah’oti, Keren.
    • Meet my sister, Karen.
  • Asaf: נעים להכיר. לא ידעתי שיש לך אחות.
    • Naim lehakir. lo yadati sheyesh leh’a ah’ot.
    • Nice to meet you. I didn’t know you have a sister.
  • Tomer טוב, עכשיו אתה יודע. :
    • Tov, ah’shav ata yodea.
    • Well, now you know.

11. Asking about age

If you want to talk about specific ages and numbers, you’ll need to know Hebrew numbers. But in the meantime, you can use these Hebrew phrases.

  • Noa: בת כמה את?
    • Bat kama at?
    • How old are you?
  • Shelly: אני בת 31. בת כמה את?
    • Ani bat 31. Bat kama at?
    • I’m 31. How old are you?
  • Noa: אני בת 29.
    • Ani bat 29.
    • I’m 29.

12. Asking about birthday

Birthdays are another common topic that you should know about. If you want to wish someone a happy birthday, then click here, but otherwise, use this conversation.

  • Tal: מתי יש לך יום הולדת?
    • Matay yesh leh’a yom huledet?
    • When is your birthday?
  • Kim: בשמיני לנובמבר. ומתי יום ההולדת שלך?
    • Bashmini lenovember. Vematai yom hahuledet shelah’?
    • On November 8. And when is yours?
  • Noa: בראשון לספטמבר.
    • Brishon leseptember.
    • On September 1.
  • Shelly: טוב לדעת!
    • Tov ladaat!
    • Nice to know!

13. Asking about relatives

Want to talk about family in Hebrew? This quick Hebrew conversation should give you some words to use.

  • Noa: שלי, האם יש לך אחים או אחיות?
    • Sheli, Haim yesh leh’a ah’im o ah’ayot?
    • Shelly, do you have any brothers or sisters?
  • Shelly: כן, יש לי שתי אחיות ואח אחד. ולך?
    • Ken, yesh li shtei ah’ayot veah’ eh’ad. Velah?
    • Yes, I have two sisters and one brother. And what about you?
  • Noa: לי יש אח אחד.
    • Yesh li ah’ eh’ad.
    • I have one brother.

Hebrew Conversation Practice

Now you have 13 Hebrew conversation scripts. So, what is next?

How can you get better at speaking Hebrew with these? Here is how.

1) Read out loud and 2) try and speed up your reading. Why?

The faster you can read, the better you’ll get at reading and speaking in general.

Speaking fast is a sign of expertise. When native speakers notice this, they’ll understand that you’re good “enough” and don’t need to stop and think of every word.

3) Review these Hebrew conversations as much as possible. Nobody learns things and masters everything on the first try. If you want these lines to be in your brain, you need to practice them for a few minutes per day. It’s not hard to read a few lines a day, is it?

4) Print this page out. That will make the reviewing easier. I know you won’t be coming back to this website anyway.

Want more lessons and resources? Click below:

– The Main Junkie

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