[Mendele] Mendele Personal Notices and Announcements --New textbook: Mit vort un maysim" fun Hanan Bordin

Victor Bers victor.bers at yale.edu
Tue Jul 3 10:18:26 EDT 2012


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July 2, 2012

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From: eden.shalem at gmail.com

Subject: Textbook by H. Bordin

_ Mit vort un maysim"  fun  Hanan Bordin

Dos lernbukh far vaythalters "Mit vort un maysim", funem bakantn
yisroeldikn yidish-lerer Hanan Bordin,  iz ersht aroys fun druk.

Dos bukh nemt arayn 21 lektsyes, vos brengen yede eyne:

- literarishe tekstn;

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Tsu bashteln di bikhlekh darf men zikh vendn tsum vayterdikn blitsadres:

eden.shalem at gmail.com

(af hebreish, english tsi rusish)


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