[Mendele] Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements--*Arele* in its fourth edition

Victor Bers victor.bers at yale.edu
Sun Sep 28 08:51:48 EDT 2008

MENDELE Yiddish Language and Literature
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Sept. 28, 2008

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Date: Sun, 21 Sep 2008 01:44:48 -0500
From: Frida Cielak <fridag at cielak.com>
Subject: *Arele*

> I would like to share with all of you my joy to have my the Yiddish
> Workbook-set for Beginners,  ARELE, published again. This is it¹s 4th edition.

> For those not familiarized with ARELE, you can visit it at
> http://arele.yiddish.com.mx

> For those attending the 12th IAYC*Conference in La Jolla, I will bring my
> workbook-sets along.
> And for everybody in the Yiddish world:  A GUT, GEZUNT YOR 5769!

> Mit frayndlekhe yiddishe grusn,  Freydl Cielak fun Meksike
> Frida Grapa de Cielak
> e-mail: Frida Cielak<fridag at cielak.com>
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   FRIDA (Grapa de) CIELAK

Author of ARELE, the Yiddish Workbook-Set for Beginners

Website: www.arele.yiddish.com.mx

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