[Mendele] Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements--Private lessons in Manhattan

Victor Bers victor.bers at yale.edu
Mon Jul 26 17:12:04 EDT 2010

Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements

July 26, 2010

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Date: Wed, 14 Jul 2010 13:49:43 -0400
From: Paul Glasser <pglasser at yivo.cjh.org>
Subject: Private yidish-lektsyes / Yiddish tutoring
Libe fraynd,

S'hobn zikh gevendt tsun undz balonim zikh tsu lernen yidish privat (a 
mame mit a zun). Zey voltn gevolt:

1. Zikh trefn eyn mol a vokh af eyn sho
2. Zikh trefn ba zikh in der heym - oder ba ir (Upper East Side) oder ba 
(nisht vayt fun Union Square)
3. Batsoln $75-$100 a sho

Oyb ir volt gevolt firn aza privatn kurs kent ir zikh shteln direkt mit 
zey in farbindung:

howandbarb1 at gmail.com
jimnyc123 at gmail.com;
Dr. Paul (Hershl) Glasser
Associate Dean, Max Weinreich Center
Senior Research Associate, Yiddish Language
pglasser at yivo.cjh.org
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