A guide to online courses, tools and programs for adult students.
Yiddish originated in Germany, but was eventually spoken by Jews all over Europe.
This Sephardic language, also known as Judeo-Spanish, has a rich history and is more accessible than you think.
From kibbitz/kibbutz to mitzvah/mikveh, we round up some easily confused Hebrew and Yiddish terms.
Learn some choice phrases, including the most epic sneeze response ever, in this Sephardic language also known as Judeo-Spanish.
The Nazis wiped out several major Sephardic population centers and led to the almost complete demise of Ladino culture.
Where to find classes, lessons and more resources for mastering this Sephardic language also known as Judeo-Spanish.
A guide to courses, tools and programs for mastering the 'mamaloshen.'
The Hebrew word for life is a popular symbol and toast — and is linked to the number 18.
Common Hebrew (and Aramaic) shorthand translated and explained.
A sampler of Yiddish films (with English subtitles) on the Internet.
These Yiddish terms aren't widely known, but they're a lot of fun to use.
Commonly used words and phrases for "noshers" and "fressers."
How Jews fleeing Spain and Portugal transformed the region.
By Holly Lebowitz Rossi