1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 15 October 2014
I bought a copy of this booklet about 25 years ago to amuse my father, who was a native Yiddish speaker. It's a stocking-filler more than anything else, running, as it does, to about 240 entries in each direction. I must admit that my own Yiddish is poor enough that I need to consult it from time to time. There isn't a lot in it but what there is is fine.
on 2 May 2015
smaller and thinner than I expected. The yiddish words have been romanized, which might be helpful for brginners, but they are are not romanized in either of the two general standards for translitteration of yiddish. Overallt, this booklet may be a bit of entertainment for someone who is an absolute beginner at Yiddish. Everyone else will probably need to look for something else
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 13 April 2014
sir when I received my book ,I was surprised to say the least.it was in a condition such a though it had been found in a waste bin. it was dirty creased and generally untidy.also was the fact that I had paid £1.49 for the book,when the new price for the book had been 99p..i returned the book and applied for a refund.