Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Yiddish Class: Sweet Potatoes

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13 comments:

schlomo rabinowitz said...

Mazel Tov on the start of a great videoblog!!

Looking forward to more. Are you coming back out for BlogHer? It would be great to get together again!

Steve Garfield said...

You missed Lesson 1: Hot Knish.

Steve Woolf said...

another good lesson. i have my mom and dad subscribed. i'm hoping my dad will comment in yiddish. :)zila9999

claude said...

Glad to get my second Yiddish lesson, Millie. I love those videos. Good to see you.
Looking forward to my third lesson.

Anonymous said...

I'd love to see a crossover episode between "Millie's Yiddish Class" and "Feed Me Bubbe".

Kay Dennison said...

Great, Millie!!!! I really looked forward to the second lesson and wasn't disappointed! Always good to see you, my friend!

Anonymous said...

You know what? Millie's kind of Hays!

Carl Weaver said...

thanks, Millie and Steve! How about some good Yiddish for Pesach? I think I know almost as much as my wife does but I'd like to impress her father. Maybe then he would schep nachus.

Thomas Dawidowski said...

Greetings from Stockholm, Sweden.
I laughed and learned some yiddish. Many thanks!

katty said...

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Rachel said...
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Rachel said...

Millie and Steve,
Thanks for the lovely Yiddish videos!! I'm curious where Millie's mother (or mother's mother etc) is from in Europe? Because Millie's accent in Yiddish is interesting -- she says "zey-yeh giit," pronouncing "zehr" as two syllables instead of one. It sounds like what happens in certain varieites of southern American English where "breaking" takes place and syllables are added to words.
And, looking forward to more videos!

Anonymous said...

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