Everything You Need to Know About Levantine Arabic

Levantine Arabic

A Quick Overview of Levantine Arabic Levantine Arabic, or Eastern Arabic, is an Afro-Asiatic -> Semitic -> Central Semitic -> Arabic dialect, spoken in the Levant region by approximately 30 million people, according to Ethnologue. This includes Jordan, Palestine, Syria, and Lebanon. Speakers can be found in other areas across the Levant as well, such […]

What is Yemeni-Arabic and is it Even a Language?

What is Yemeni-Arabic and is it Even a Language?

A Quick Introduction to Yemeni Arabic Given what’s been going on Yemen these past few years, and how the situation has only worsened, I thought it would be appropriate to publish some content on the Yemeni Arabic language. Quick thanks to Adam F. who helped me with this article. You can follow him on Instagram […]

Read This HebrewPod101 Review Before Signing Up

an honest review of hebrewpod101

HebrewPod101 is a branch of the Innovative Language series that provides interactive and consistent content for the Hebrew language. The course is perfect for practically all levels and is especially good for beginners and intermediates. Their wide variety of infographs, compact lessons, podcasts, and blogs make them a reputable language learning brand. In this article […]

An Easy Digest of African American Vernacular English

African American Vernacular English

What is African American Vernacular English (AAVE)? What does AAVE mean? AAVE stands for African American Vernacular English, which is a dialect of Standard American English that is primarily spoken by the black community of the United States. You’ll commonly hear it in cities across America and on SoundCloud. Please note that AAVE is not […]

The Lithuanian Language Summary

The Lithuanian Language Overview

A Brief Summary of the Lithuanian Language Lithuanian is a very unique language. Yeah we’ve said that about languages like Yiddish and Hebrew, but really it is a unique language due to the completely different language structure it retains compared to its neighbors.Written in the Latin alphabet, Lithuanian is an Eastern Baltic language which is […]

How and Why Does Spaced Repetition Work

How and why does spaced repetition work?

What is Spaced Repetition? Spaced repetition is simply a memory and learning technique that uses repetition to reinforce a concept in our brains over a period of time. Most often we use flashcards for this technique, especially when studying a language. Let’s say you have 10 flashcards for studying Hebrew and have Hebrew on the […]

Modernizing Yiddish a Message Far Ale Mentschen

Modernizing Yiddish a Message Far Ale Mentschen

Yiddish, far vos Yiddish? Why Yiddish? To be completely honest I don’t know why. I was exposed to a little Yiddish when I was a baby from my mother when she would sing to me. Aside from that I didn’t have that much exposure to the language until I was in high school. Ever since […]

Living as an Adopted Bilingual with ADHD

Living as an Adopted Bilingual with ADHD

So for a long time I’ve been contemplating whether or not to right an article on this topic or not. A part of me has always wanted to express my story in writing, and another part has been hesitant because it’s hard to do so when you aren’t entirely sure who you are in the […]

Nature in Hebrew 36 Must Know Words

Nature in Hebrew | 36 must know words

Looking to expand your Hebrew vocabulary? Well we’ve put together a list of 36 words you can use during your hike that are related to nature and the great outdoors. The Hebrew word for nature is טֶבַע and is pronounced teva 36 Words Related to Nature Quick Overview of Israeli Climate and Nature Israel has […]

Yiddish vs Hebrew How Different Are the Two Languages?

yiddish vs hebrew with respective flags

People often confuse Yiddish and Hebrew for being close languages. At first glance the two languages might look identical, and to be fair they’re both Jewish languages so shouldn’t they be similar? The short answer is no. Hebrew (Biblical and Modern) is a Semitic language, while Yiddish is a Germanic language. Both use the Hebrew […]