Yiddish Courses in Berlin
Information about the current Yiddish courses offline in Berlin
Starting from October 31st, 2021, you can join the offline Yiddish course in Berlin. I teach two groups: for absolute beginners and for intermediate students.

Now, when the courses have started, you can still join if you have already some knowledge of Yiddish. You can join the course after sending my an email with information about yourself and your experience of learning Yiddish.
Yiddish course for Beginners

Learn the language of Ashkenazi Jews in Berlin! Yiddish will open for you the treasures of Jewish literature and culture. Learning the language, you will also learn about the history and traditions of your ancestors, you will understand Yiddish songs and be able to read old letters of your great-grandparents…

We will begin from learning how to read and write Jewish letters and speak about simple topics. The course covers the basics of Yiddish grammar: present, future, and past tense of verbs, declination of articles and adjectives, the syntax of simple sentences, and more.

By the end of the course, you will be able to tell about yourself and your family, speak about the place where you live, your hobbies and plans, you will be confident in reading standard Yiddish.

When? Sundays, 10.30–12.00
How long? The course includes 10 sessions:
31.10; 14.11; 21.11; 28.11; 05.12; 12.12; 02.01; 09.01; 16.01; 23.01
Where? Janusz-Korczak Haus Berlin, Rathausstraße 17, Rückgebäude
10178. S+U Alexanderplatz
How much? 150€ for the course or 18€ for one class. Students (with student ID): 120€ for the course or 15€ for one class. Group is 5-10 people.
How to apply? Fill the application form


Yiddish course for Intermediate Students

This course is for you if you already have learned Yiddish before, you can read well and have a simple conversation in Yiddish. Here you can continue your studies and get to the next level.

Using written language materials, we will go deeper into Yiddish grammar and learn vocabulary for topics in history and literature. We will begin by repeating the basics such as the past, the present, and future tense, and the declination of articles and adjectives, etc.
Advanced grammar aspects include complex syntax and idiomatic constructions, verbs with loshn-koydeshdike components, and more. We will use original literary texts in Yiddish and contemporary articles.

When? Sundays, 12.15–13.45
How long? The course includes 10 sessions:
31.10; 14.11; 21.11; 28.11; 05.12; 12.12; 02.01; 09.01; 16.01; 23.01
Where? Janusz-Korczak Haus Berlin, Rathausstraße 17, Rückgebäude
10178. S+U Alexanderplatz
How much? 150€ for the course or 18€ for one class. Students (with student ID): 120€ for the course or 15€ for one class. Group is 5-10 people.
How to apply? Fill the application form
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