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English Yiddish Language Handbook

English Yiddish Language Handbook

Yiddish in 10 Lessons - on CD/USB

Yiddish in 10 Lessons - on CD/USB

Easy Sheezy Yiddish

EASY-SHMEEZY GUIDE TO YIDDISH
Easy-Shmeezy Guide to Yiddish is exactly what Yiddish enthusiasts have been waiting for. It puts the fun back into learning Yiddish! If you like herring, kugel, or cholent then you will love this book.

If you have always wanted to learn Yiddish but never knew where to start, then this book is for you..... Finally you will feel like a real heymishe Yid!

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About - EASY-SHMEEZY GUIDE TO YIDDISH

Easy-Shmeezy Guide to Yiddish is exactly what Yiddish enthusiasts have been waiting for. It puts the fun back into learning Yiddish! If you like herring, kugel, or cholent then you will love this book.

If you have always wanted to learn Yiddish but never knew where to start, then this book is for you..... Finally you will feel like a real heymishe Yid!

In The Easy-Shmeezy Guide to Yiddish you get:
Over 1500 of the most common Yiddish words and expressions.
Clear and easy to understand lessons.
A special section on Yeshivish Yiddish.
Yiddish songs and Proverbs.

A real Geshmak!
PLUS NEW SECTION!
Yiddish-English/English-Yiddish Dictionary


Reviews - EASY-SHMEEZY GUIDE TO YIDDISH

Rabbi Israel Drazen (6/21/2013) wrote:
I can speak and read Yiddish and I used Berlitz books to learn other languages, so I evaluated this book with this background. I found the book teaching in a friendly easy manner with some humor. The book begins with simple words and ends with Yiddish sayings, songs, and stories. It introduces readers to basic terms such as yes, no, please, excuse me, oh no, and see you later. Soon useful words are taught and students are shown a first conversation. In the second section, among much else, are words and phrases for the body, clothes, and family. In the third section there are conversations such as how to buy something in a store. The book is arranged for easy reading, three columns, English, Yiddish, and a transliteration of the Yiddish into English letters.