When you start to Learn Hebrew, the first phrases you will learn will be Hebrew greetings such as, how to say "hello" Learning basic greetings will help you to learn Hebrew in its simplest form because you don't have to worry about too many verb agreements or word orders. Greetings are taught in simple phrases. No extra words need to be looked up or added. As I said before, as youlearn Hebrew the first phrase you need to know is "hello." In order to say that in Hebrew you would say, "Shalom."
"Shalom" can be used formally or casually to say hello to anyone you might run into. If you are trying to say hello on the phone, you might use "Ma hainyanim", to say "Goodbye" in Hebrew, you would say, "lehitra-ot" if you would like to say, "How are you?" you would say, "Ma shlomkha?" (M) To say, "Good evening." you would say "erev tov" to say "Good Morning" "Boker tov" or "Good night" in Hebrew is"Layla Tov'' and to ask what someone's name is you would say, "Ma Shimkha"(M) Learn Hebrew today