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The Gemara Card

The Gemara Card is a new innovation for Gemara learners at all levels. Created in partnership with Rabbi Yitzhak Frank, the author of The Practical Talmud Dictionary and Grammar for Gemara, The Gemara Card was conceived and designed by David Sachs - a beginner yeshiva student struggling to break the barriers to entry to learning Gemara independently.

 

The Gemara Card helps to make Gemara accessible to students who value learning Gemara in its original text, without translation. While providing many highlights from Rabbi Frank's groundbreaking books, this lightweight card serves as a quick reference to remind students of the basic building blocks of Gemara.

 

THE GEMARA CARD AT A GLANCE

 

    • Serves as a study aid for students when they need a quick reminder about basic Talmudic content
    • Color-coded & strategically-designed to enable students to locate all content in 10 seconds or less
    • All entries written and rigorously reviewed by Rabbi Frank to accurately portray the essence of the content
    • Entries include nikkudot so that students can learn to pronounce the vocabulary
    • Includes Gematria, Rashi Script, and Grammar tables
    • Features: 720 glossary terms | 412 abbreviations | 52 conjugated verbs | 107 Sages | 27 Measures
    • Six-sided laminated card measuring 8-7/8" x 11-7/8" size (fits into typical Gemaras or folders)

 

Bonus! Click here to see The Gemara Card – Teachers Guide

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ISBN 9781592644544
author David L. Sachs, Rabbi Yitzhak Frank
Pages 1
Language Hebrew/English
Author Rabbi Yitzhak Frank , David L. Sachs

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“All in all, [The Gemara Card] features nearly every piece of quick reference material needed during routine Gemara study."- Jewish Link of New Jersey (Read Full Review Here)

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Rabbi Yitzhak Frank
Rabbi Yitzhak Frank studied at Yeshiva University and at the Telshe Yeshiva in Ohio. He received Rabbinical ordination from Yeshivath Rabbenu Yitzhak Elhanan where he was...
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David L. Sachs
David L. Sachs received his B.S. in mechanical engineering at the University of Maryland. He currently works as an energy engineer at Bright Power Inc. specializing in bu...
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