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Tutor profile: Niti M.

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Niti M.
Hebrew Lessons from Native Speaker Teacher from ISRAEL!!! Experienced with A Degree.
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Subject: Hebrew

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What are some interesting facts about the Hebrew language?

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Some interesting facts about the Hebrew language: 1. Hebrew is written from right to left and traditionally does not contain any vowels, although vowels can be represented by small dots above and below the consonants. 2. English words derived from Hebrew include cherub, hallelujah, and amen. 3. Speaking modern Hebrew can help you understand a lot of Biblical Hebrew. 4. Hebrew is one of the world’s most ancient languages. It’s more than 3,000 years old, but it’s enjoying a second lease on life after its revival about 150 years ago. 5. One of the earliest records of written Hebrew dates between 1200BC and 587BC and consists of 20 of the books included in the Bible. After this period and up to 70AD, there was a large literary output which included the writings of the Dead Sea Scrolls. 6. Hebrew is one of the original languages of the Bible.

Subject: Graphic Design

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Why is graphic design important?

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Graphic Design is a powerful mode of communication. It is important because of its ability to convey a brand, a message, a story, and meaning. It serves your ideas in an effective yet beautiful way. Industries exist because their virtual messages are conveyed to the right audience. Graphic design helps not only to convey your thoughts but also allows people to understand the quality, efficiency of your brand. It also helps your business gain credibility. Such credibility plays an important role, particularly when the competition in your industry is intense. Customers are more likely to buy products that come with better credibility. In addition to that, a polished look could be the deciding factor in convincing those who are looking to build partnerships with your business.

Subject: Digital Media

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What is digital media?

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Unlike traditional media, digital media is transmitted as digital data, which at its simplest involves digital cables or satellites sending binary signals to devices that translate them into audio, video, graphics, text, and more. Anytime you use your computer, tablet, or cellphone, opening web-based systems and apps, you’re consuming digital media. Digital media might come in the form of videos, articles, advertisements, music, podcasts, audiobooks, virtual reality, or digital art. The digital age began to unfold in the second half of the 20th century, as computer technology slowly infiltrated different industries and then moved into the public sphere. Yet analog technology remained dominant even through the 1990s. In the years that followed, newspapers, magazines, radio, and broadcast television were still the primary means of communication, with fax machines and pagers becoming most people’s first casual forays into the digital world. Now most people walk around with at least one digital media device in their pocket, purse, or backpack, using digital communication at work, on their commutes, and even while out to dinner or shopping. After that, they might come home and play a video game or stream a show, interacting with digital media yet again. Digital media is rapidly evolving alongside innovations in technology and how people interact with it. As we move into the future, our day-to-day use of digital media will likely only increase, particularly as holographic and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies are developed and incorporated into our daily lives.

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