I just love my Saturday mornings at the LJS – class full of wonderful information and laughter. I have learnt so much from Nitza , about Hebrew of course, but also about language origins, history, humanity and life. NItza is an inspiring teacher with a wealth of knowledge […]
We think it is important to share homework of our students because it illustrate the wonderful progress the have made of the years.
This is a lovely written text by one of our advance students.
The music was lively, the dancers sprite and quick with a gorgeous Israeli dance teacher in the center to lead us as we danced the newly learned “mayim” dance…
It was a lovely evening and party with amazing Jewish nosh for all tastes, cheesecake, hummus and crackers, salad and
1)In the entrance to the house there are many coats hanging on hooks.
2) On Sunday afternoon we sat, my wife and I, on the sofa in our living room and we read the papers.
3) There is not enough room in the living room for
Who Am I?
1)My great grandfather is called Philip. The brother of my grand father is called Edward. My aunt is called Philippa. My Sister is called Charlotte and my grandmother is called Diana. I have a younger brother.
Who am I?
2)My female cousin
Alex at the Eurovisiion in Tel-Aviv
Today, I want to speak once again about my holiday in Israel because in the past 2 weeks I was too tired to speak about it.
It was an enchanting holiday even though Idan was not there with me. I flew from
The blurb for Sue Krisman’s one-day workshop on Family History held at Shomrei Hadath shul in West Hampsted on behalf of Spiro Ark said that the course ‘is designed to inspire you, guide you and help you find a way to cut through the baffling jungle of material you have