For Julia, or anybody else wanting to learn biblical Hebrew vocabulary, I will share my MS Excel spreadsheet, systematically housing all 8,000 words in the Hebrew Tanakh. It is sortable by frequency, status (learned (or not)), month learned, and so on, you can customize it for your own needs.
The spreadsheet contains rudimentary glosses for each and every one of the 8,000 words in the Bible, and you can begin to learn them this way. But even better, for the first 1,600 words (based on frequency of use), I also imported an actual verse from the Bible, both in Hebrew and in English, with the word in question underlined (see attached).
This is a great way to build vocabulary, *and* see the word in actual use within the Bible. This is developed with students in mind, and I recommend spending at least 30 minutes a day with this spreadsheet, interspersing it with time in grammars, and just reading the Hebrew Bible. If interested, send me a personal message (anybody), and I will be glad to share this.
Perhaps it should be asked to Julia, what exactly is your goal? You say, "learning Hebrew," but that isn't specific enough. Are you just trying to learn to pronounce Hebrew? Are you trying to parse the language? Why the emphasis on "NT"? These are just some questions.
I also recommend using Accordance' Hebrew audio files. I haven't heard anyone mention that yet. But again, it goes back to what exactly is your goal, or purpose. In regards to age and other considerations, I say forget about all that, and just go for it. None of us are promised tomorrow, regardless of age.
Edited by TYA, 01 February 2019 - 01:07 PM.