טאָ לערנט זיך שױן ייִדיש So Learn Yiddish Already
And we drank one of our best wines, a Corton 1929 sent from the Chateau for a present the year before. It was beautiful with the strong simple food. We all raised our glasses before the first sip, and then for a few seconds we could but stay silent, with its taste under our tongues. I looked down the long table through the candlelight and saw Chexbres, and all was well with me.
THAT IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU LEARN YIDDISH
Register right now for Spring classes at The Workmen's Circle, the best and most reasonably priced classes in town.
Spring registration is open for wonderful classes classes at YIVO too!
In April, you can study the world's most romantic language in the world's most romantic city.
I know it seems cold and wet right now, (See Rain in Yiddish, Snow in Yiddish, and Cold in Yiddish), but it is already time to start thinking about registering for a Yiddish summer program. Summertime is Yiddish time! Don't spend another summer standing there like a golem! Enroll in a Yiddish summer program. Yiddish is hot, hot hot.
The Uriel Weinreich Summer Program in Yiddish Language Literature and Culture is the first, best, and most comprehensive program. Six intensive weeks of bootcamp for your brain.
For college and graduate students, a wonderful deal is The Yiddish Book Center Steiner Summer Program.
My paternal grandparents, Helen and Jerome Jochnowitz, zts"l, founded a Yiddish farm 75 years ago to grow food for the war effort. Jochnowitz Farm is now the host of the Yiddish Farm Summer Program.
There are more, many more! The best round-up of Yiddish summer programs is to be found at In Geveb.