The short answer is - partially yes.

The longer answer:

Torah Live has a wide range of content - videos, illustrations, challenges, games, quizzes, supplementary teacher materials and loads more. Over the past few years, we have worked very hard to create Hebrew subtitles for almost all of the videos and we have also translated the printable student workbooks into Hebrew as well.

(The student workbook for the course on "Emunah & Tefillah")

When I say "videos" - this is only the actual course related videos not the behind the scenes or the challenge videos that are in each Torah Live course playlist.

When will all of Torah Live be translated into Hebrew?

This is the million dollar question🙂

The translation process is both expensive and extensive. There are so many layers to translate in each course and it would require a team of dedicated, high-level translators to make this happen.

Our hope and vision is that as Torah Live continues to grow and expand in Israel and as we receive more and more requests to make Torah Live accessible in Hebrew that there will be donors and/or organizations who will step forward and work with us to make this happen.

Has Torah Live considered doing voice overs in Hebrew?

Great question! Yes, we have tried this in the past and we even piloted one video with a professional Hebrew voice over and let's just say that the experience was not the same as hearing the video in English. We have also piloted voice overs in other languages and we weren't satisfied with the way it sounded, it's very challenging for a voice over to replace the original language that the video was presented in.

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