Fri, Oct 11
2:00pm - 3:30pm
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Guten Tag und Willkommen! (Hello and Welcome!) Whether you are preparing for a trip abroad or just interested in checking out a new language, this workshop is for you. Our 1.5 hour travel workshops take you through the vocabulary and phrases you will need to get through a couple of typical travel situations and equip you with a few cross cultural...
Friday Oct 11th, 2pm - 3:30pm
Cultural Talk: Why Germans are very direct - Basics about the German language Participants get an introduction to the basics of German language pronunciation. We will discuss why Germans use language in a more direct way, and US Americans do not. The event will be in English. Light snacks will be provided!
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Cultural Talk: Parenting In Germany And America Participants get an introduction into the basic ideas of Parenting in Germany, and we will discuss in what ways it differs from the US approach. The event will be in English. Light snacks will be provided!
Culture Talk: Business Culture In Germany And America Participants get an introduction into the basics of business culture in Germany, and we will discuss in what ways it differs from the US approach. The event will be in English. Light snacks will be provided!
This level is for students who have had some past practice in German and who would like to continue to develop their German conversational and grammar skills. We will continue to explore German culture while learning how to communicate on everyday topics such as shopping, house and home, travel, health, and family.
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Continue your study of Yiddish language and culture. Emphasis is placed on conversation, grammar, Yiddish song and selections from Yiddish literature. Appropriate for those who have completed an Advanced Beginner class.
Explore the Yiddish language and East-European Jewish culture. Learn the Yiddish alphabet, basic grammar and vocabulary, and then move on to simple conversations, texts and favorite Yiddish songs. No prior knowledge necessary. Textbook must be purchased separately: Yiddish: An Introduction to the Language, Literature & Culture, Vol. I, by Sheva...