Whether you are far away or nearby, in your home or elsewhere, you can now join an active and engaged community of Hebrew & Yiddish language learners - from the comfort of wherever you are! Learn to speak, read, and write with confidence, from the basics of the aleph-bet to writing and speaking fluently in Hebrew and Yiddish. Open to all, at any and all levels, our adult Hebrew and Yiddish online zoom courses allow you to delve into the language at your own pace. Our structured online courses, accompanied by audio and visual instruction tools, are presented by our professional and experienced Yiddish and Hebrew-speaking teachers. Unless specified, online sessions are ten weeks long, with one hour and thirty minutes of instruction per week.

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American Sign Language (ASL) is a natural language that serves as the predominant sign language of Deaf communities in the United States and most of Anglophone Canada. ASL signs have a number of phonemic components, such as movement of the face, the torso, and the hands. English loan words are often borrowed through fingerspelling, although ASL grammar is unrelated to that of English.

Intro to ASL

Come learn ASL (American Sign Language) with us! Skills taught will include vocabulary, finger spelling and the introduction of grammatical structures. Deaf Culture studies will be incorporated into the curriculum.