To speak a language fluently one would need to learn conversational
ideomatics and commonly-used vocabulary.
Grammar constructs (even basic ones) are of less importance, if we're talking
about spoken or conversational language. It's commonly known paradox, that
non-skilled person sometimes have a better "sense" of foreign language and start
speaking faster than hughly educated people. One need not work hard on grammar
and such to actually start speaking. You'll start speaking, even if you speak
wrong, and make mistakes, however, from the very beginning you start ignoring
all the psychological barriers.
In this section we're going to cover conversational idioms, greetings, common
situations, and so on.
We'll assume you can learn the grammar on other pages of this site, and we won't
concentrate on the vocabulary, neither on morphology. Let's just talk!
At this point we only suggest reading materials; hopefully we'll be
able to bring some audio materials later.
As this is only conversational class, we'll put all the words here
in כתב מעורב (Mixed Writing): while the Vavs and Yods are
written as in non-vocalized writing, but some of the Nikkud
is also there, to ease the learning.