Level 1 - Yiddish - Online Version

Learn to speak Yiddish with useful phrases for travelers.

Level: Beginner
Platform: Any
Subscription: 12-Months
Delivery: Online Version

Availability: In stock

Price: $34.95

Details

Online Version - Start Learning Today - No Installation Required!

HOW DOES IT WORK?

  • Learn using a web browser from any computer (see System Information).
  • You immerse yourself with easy-to-achieve goals. Learning a new language is far too big a task to tackle all at once, so we have broken it down into a series of rewarding challenges.
  • Associating new words along with pictures is proven to reinforce them in your memory. Furthermore, there are opportunities to record your pronunciation and hear it repeated to judge your progression.
  • Earn points for every game you play. High scorers can go on to win bronze, silver and gold awards, which you can print out as a record of achievement.



SOFTWARE FEATURES

  • Simple user interface keeps things easy
  • Fun games, interactive activities, challenging quizzes
  • 10-minute sessions keep you engaged
  • Learn colors, numbers, time, parts of the body, food, shopping, common phrases and countries
  • Intelligent system targets your weak points
  • Recording feature helps you perfect an accent
  • Printable phrasebook for learning on the go


MAKE LEARNING FUN!

  • Practice the language with native speakers using an interactive recording feature
  • Keep games challenging with two levels of difficulty
  • Earn points during games and quizzes, and achieve awards
  • Exercises are game-based to keep you coming back for more!
  • Focuses on the basics of the language so you don?t get overwhelmed
  • Immersive learning helps you practice speaking in real-life situations


WHY LEARN YIDDISH?

  • Many mainstream English words have origins in the Yiddish language.
  • Learn to speak Yiddish and become an omniglot!

About the Yiddish Language

Yiddish was developed as a fusion of German dialects. Yiddish is a blend of these dialects with Hebrew, Aramaic and the Slavic languages, as well as a little of the Romance languages. Yiddish is written with the Hebrew alphabet. Yiddish is a German language of Ashkenazi Jewish origin. About 1.7 million people speak Yiddish throughout the world.

Yiddish-speaking Countries

Yiddish is spoken across the globe, but mainly in the United States, Israel, Poland, Argentina, Brazil, the United Kingdom, Russia, Canada, Ukraine, Belarus, Hungary, Mexico, Moldova, Lithuania, Belgium, Germany, Austria and France. About 180,000 people in the U.S. speak Yiddish at home with more than 63 percent of them living in the New York area.

 Here are some basic Yiddish phrases that you will use often:

  • A gutn tog! (Hello!)
  • A dank. (Thank you.)
  • Vi heystu? (What’s your name?)

System Information

Internet connection, Adobe Flash support, Web Browser (Internet Explorer, FireFox, Chrome, Safari). Apple iPad/iPhone/iPod are NOT supported.