Yiddish is a High German–derived language historically spoken by the Ashkenazi Jews with its origins from Central Europe in the 9th century.
There are somewhere between 1 and 2 million speakers.
Hundreds of Yiddish phrases ordered by topic.
And a basic Yiddish grammar.
Bay nakht zaynen ale ki royt By night, all cows are black.
A few first words. 1, A few first words. 2, Animals, Common Nouns 1, Common Nouns 2, Common Nouns 3, Common Yiddish Words. 1, Common Yiddish Words. 2, Conversation. Introductions, Conversational General. 1, Conversation. General. 2, Conversation. Filler words, Conversation. Expressions. 1, Conversation. Expressions. 2, Countries, Describing things. Colours, Describing things. Adjectives, Days. General, Days of the week, Family members, Food words, Food words. Fruit, Food words. General, Food words. Vegetables, Months of the year, Numbers. 1 to 10, Numbers. 11 to 20, Numbers. 30 to 1000, Health, Parts of the body, Places and buildings, Proverbs. 1, Proverbs. 2, Proverbs. 3, Question and size words, Talking about family, Time, The house, Useful words.