This made me so happy! Not many people want to learn Hebrew so it’s awesome when people do! It’s also tough because there aren’t many resources for learning it (unless you live in a big Jewish community and go to Hebrew school).
First and foremost I would learn the alphabet, and you can do that just by looking at a chart of the alphabet and learning what sound each letter makes.
But there is a PDF version of Colloquial Hebrew on Google (and it starts out by teaching your the alphabet) - just search “colloquial hebrew pdf” - so I would definitely recommend that.
There are a BUNCH of Hebrew books here that you can download and use. (very useful)
Other helpful sites are :
http://mp3vip.eu/music/pimsleur++hebrew - This website has MP3s of Pimsleur’s Hebrew that you can listen to/download if you want
http://www.hebrew-verbs.co.il/ - this website is ESPECIALLY useful for conjugating verbs, you just need to know how to read niqqud (hebrew vowels)
I would also recommend seeing if your local library has access to Mango, and sign up for an account there. It’s got Hebrew and it’s kind of like a mix of Rosetta Stone and Pimsleur.
If you have a smartphone you can download the app “HelloTalk” to talk with native Hebrew speakers, I use this very often. And if you have a Mac, search for HebrewFlashcards in the App Store and there’s a great flashcard app.
In iTunes you can also listen to podcasts, I really like “Street Wise Hebrew” it teaches you some slang and phrases.
When in doubt, you can always use Quizlet or Memrise - old fashioned, but it still helps you learn!
If you ever want to talk more about Hebrew, or have any questions, or want to talk in Hebrew, feel free to message me!