Have you ever been in a situation where everyone seemed to speak Yiddish… except you?
Did you feel left out? Lonely? Like a Nebbish?
It’s time for you to learn to speak Yiddish… and you know it!
You can learn basic Yiddish conversation in many ways. There are live classes and groups teaching Yiddish. But that can cost a lot of gelt and be a big schlep.
There are online forums where Yiddish learners are practicing, but they don’t cater to a beginner who is just starting.
What to do?
We know how you feel! That’s why we, Shmelke and Moishe, created Yiddish Academy. Yiddish Academy is the first, only and greatest online course for learning beginner’s Yiddish. Yiddish Academy’s teaching method introduces you to the basic in a practical and entertaining way, using audio, videos, humor, and practical, everyday conversations. Our goal is to get you talking with confidence.
The Yiddish Academy Beginner’s Course helps you to:
- Hold basic Yiddish conversations with confidence
- Understand and respond to everyday questions
- Avoid embarrassing pronunciation mistakes – every lesson comes with audio
- Rapidly increase your vocabulary through our bonus glossary
- Take your Yiddish knowledge to the next level with the most comprehensive Yiddish learning resource guide on the Web
PLUS A BONUS MODULE: Learn to read and write in Yiddish, even if you can’t type in Hebrew!
We are two self-taught Yiddish lovers with a dream is to make it easier for people all over the world to discover the joys of speaking Yiddish.
Yiddish Academy is our Dream Come True!
Just listen to what Yiddish Academy students are saying about the Beginner’s Yiddish Course:
“The site was designed very well. I particularly enjoyed the sound feature to hear the yiddish words and phrases…. I thought it was fun. I even showed it to my kids and they enjoyed listening to the audio. I particularly enjoyed the beatles song.”
“So far I’m only on Lesson 1e so I’m very happy and pleased. I spend 1/2 hour each day (except Shabbos) working with the lessons on the site. My congregation is planning a Yiddish weekend next summer and I hope to know a bisl by then. A danke.”
“I sometimes volunteer in a hospital visiting lonely elderly patients. I have always wanted to be able to speak to them in Yiddish. After working through most of your course, I finally got the courage to speak to an old Jewish lady in Yiddish. She was so thrilled. It really made her day (and mine)! i hope to keep learning Yiddish so thanks so much for getting me started!!!”
We get such nachas from these letters… and we can’t wait to get more.
So join the worldwide movement of Yiddish lovers enjoying the beauty and character of this unique language!
Shmelke and Moishe
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