Basic Yiddish: A Grammar and Workbook by Rebecca Margolis

By Rebecca Margolis

Basic Yiddish: A Grammar and Workbook contains an obtainable reference grammar with comparable routines in one volume.

The workbook is based around 25 brief units, each presenting relevant grammar issues which are explained using a number of examples in jargon-free language.

Basic Yiddish is compatible for either classification use in addition to autonomous research. Key positive aspects include:

  • a transparent, available layout
  • many precious language examples 
  • jargon-free motives of grammar
  • abundant routines with a whole resolution key

Clearly offered and basic, Basic Yiddish provides readers with the fundamental instruments to specific themselves in a wide selection of events, making it a fantastic grammar reference and perform source for either newbies and scholars with a few wisdom of the language.

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Basic Yiddish: A Grammar and Workbook

Uncomplicated Yiddish: A Grammar and Workbook contains an available reference grammar with comparable workouts in one quantity. The workbook is dependent around 25 brief units, each presenting relevant grammar issues which are explained using a number of examples in jargon-free language. uncomplicated Yiddish is appropriate for either classification use in addition to self sustaining learn.

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Reminder: while attributive adjectives decline according to gender, number and case, possessive adjectives inflect only according to gender (singular-plural). 3 Possessive pronouns Break down each sentence into its component parts, including the pronoun, verb, article or possessive pronoun, attributive adjective, and noun. Then render the sentence in the plural. Reminder: Predicate adjectives do not change forms. 3 into English, first in their original forms and then in their plural forms. 5 Translate the following sentences into Yiddish.

Note the irregularities in conjugation in the present indicative tense as well as the second person conjugations of the imperative mood. ‫טוט‬ singular, informal plural/formal *Both alternative forms exist for this verb. **One cannot logically command someone to “know”. 3 Provide the missing form of the verb provided in {} in each number to match the subject. Make sure that the form agrees with the subject of the verb in each sentence in person and number. 2 into English. Example: The mothers have ‫די מאַמעס האָבן‬ 53 UNIT 11 The accusative case, declension of proper names The accusative case The accusative case refers to a noun (and its accompanying article/adjective) or a pronoun that is acting as the direct object of the verb.

That book is a small one. The mother is small. UNIT 4 Adverbs and adjective quantifiers Adverbs An adverb is a part of speech that can modify a verb, adjective or another adverb. It serves to answer questions such as when, where, how (in what way), and how much. In English, adverbs are often identifiable by their “-ly” ending (examples: quickly, happily, completely). In Yiddish, uninflected adjectives serve as adverbs. ” Adverbs never inflect. They can appear after the verb or in other places in the sentence (see discussion of “word order” in this text).

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