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Here are the pronouns that you have learned in the first lesson:
The Verb זײַן (zayn - to be), Present Tense
Here are some examples of the verb זײַן (zayn), to be:
Here are the forms of the verb זײַן in the present tense:
Nouns: Singular and Plural
You can't always tell what the plural form of a Yiddish noun will be just by looking at the singular form. For this reason, you will find the singular and plural forms in the vocabulary movies and in the feature װערטער.
Here are the singular and plural forms of the nouns in lesson 1:
The letter י (yud): Vowel and Consonant
The letter י (yud) can be a vowel (זי - zi) or a consonant (יאָ - yo). When a י (vowel) and a י (consonant) appear next to each other, the vowel is written with a dot beneath the letter, as in the word (ייִנגל - yingl).