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Wandering Jews are often blessed with more than one language - and sometimes with more than one mama loschen, mother tongue, or sfat em. Jewish Bilinguals helps us share methods for fostering, promoting, and maintaining Hebrew, Yiddish, Ladino, and other native language skills in our children.

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