Although only English was required for my internship in Tel Aviv, I decided to learn some Hebrew the month before, and I didn’t regret my decision. The first day: Practicing the Hebrew numbers with cards game. The classes were always demanding, but Shlomit managed to create a very familiar atmosphere, so I really enjoyed learning Hebrew. She also set a focus on the needs of each student.In my case we trained a lot of medical terms additionally to the basics and practiced them with role-plays. Due to this excellent preparation, I was able to communicate even with non English speaking patients what turned out to be a big advantage. Thanks to Shlomit and her whole family of course, I’ll never forget my first month in Israel.