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Hebrew & Yiddish


American Sign Language (ASL)


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.


Beginner Hebrew

Start speaking Hebrew! Learn the foundations of Hebrew literacy and pronunciation. Designed for those with no Hebrew background or those who want to refresh their basic Hebrew skills, this virtual course on Zoom teaches you to read and write the aleph-bet with vowels, basic vocabulary and compose simple sentences.

For more Hebrew language levels and continuation courses, visit HasStudio Le'Ivrit.



Beginner Yiddish Conversation II: Lomir Esn! Let's Eat!

There is a Yiddish expression ‘Mitn esn kumt der apetit” – with eating comes the appetite! Do you know how to speak a bit of Yiddish, but are ‘hungry’ for more? Are you seeking Yiddish classes that are taught in a fun and interactive way, using easy to read transliterations? Join us virtually this spring as we explore the world of food and cooking through a Yiddish lens, including recipes, songs, games, videos and more! Instructor: Sharon Power

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