Article Discussion: The Case of the Missing Sav, and other mysteries in the transition of American Hebrew

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December 1, 2011 at 6:08 pm #6341

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December 1, 2011 at 7:59 pm #6346

jhiab@comcast.net

So true! In the CD Tutorial in my Hanukkah Kits (http://www.JewishHolidaysInABoxl.com), I “started” to put in a section on variants in basic terminology. But that was the length of an entire CD. Well, there’s the Americanized version. And the Israeli version. And the Yiddish version . . . and of course, this depends on your heritage! Certainly can seem confusing, yes?! So I saved all that for its own tutorial, for another day!

December 1, 2011 at 8:01 pm #6347

jhiab@comcast.net

Oops. Webside should be http://www.JewishHolidaysInABox.com. And that variant is just correct spelling — has nothing to do with where your bubbie and zaydie came from ;-)

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