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The complete idiot's guide to learning Yiddish

Author: Benjamin Blech
Publisher: Indianapolis, IN : Alpha Books, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A practical introduction to grammatical rules and useful phrases, with commentaries on the Yiddish culture.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Self-instruction
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Textbooks for foreign speakers
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Blech, Benjamin.
Complete idiot's guide to learning Yiddish.
Indianapolis, IN : Alpha Books, ©2000
(DLC) 00269569
(OCoLC)43902009
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin Blech
ISBN: 0585243670 9780585243672 0028633873 9780028633879
OCLC Number: 44962303
Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 366 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Getting to Know Yiddish --
So What Do You Think, Yiddish Is Dead? --
Those Were the Days, My Friend --
The Three Giants of Yiddish Literature --
Laughing Through Tears --
Universal Yiddish --
Richer Than Rothschild --
The Play's the Thing --
Oy Vey--Why Yiddish Almost Died --
L'Chayim--To Life: The Modern Rebirth --
The Top Ten Reasons to Learn Yiddish --
So Where Does Yiddish Come From? --
What's in a Name? --
Yiddish Is Older Than You Think --
Why Not Hebrew? --
Mame-loshen--A Language Spoken by Mothers --
What a Mishmash! --
My Yiddish, Your Yiddish --
I Don't Understand You --
Hold the Back Page --
So Who Says You Don't Know Yiddish Already? --
Some of My Best Friends Are Yiddish --
And Then There's Yinglish --
And Don't Forget the Grammar --
Almost Identical Twins --
So How Come? --
So Now You Can Kvel --
So Let's Get Started Already --
It's as Easy as ABC--That's Easy? --
Try It with Honey --
A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words --
The Sound of Music --
Show Me You're Finished --
Here's How to Say It --
Try Speaking a Bisel (Little) --
The Basic Words --
The Ten Most Popular Words in Yiddish --
The Sexy Words --
Asking Questions in Yiddish --
Getting Personal in Yiddish --
Here's Looking at You --
Let's Be Objective --
Short and Sweet --
Time for Some Exercise --
Meeting People and Making Friends --
Saying Hello --
Opening Questions --
A Little More About "You" --
Giving the Right Answers --
Did You Notice? --
Be Polite --
Asking a Question --
Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow --
The Days of Our Lives.
Other Titles: Learning Yiddish
Responsibility: by Benjamin Blech.

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A practical introduction to grammatical rules and useful phrases, with commentaries on the Yiddish culture.

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