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    Ladino

    I am starting this thread because a member mentioned he was interested in learning this language For those who don't know it, the ''ladino'' language is a dying language, and is the language of the Sephardic jews. I'm one of them, and this language used to be a big part of our culture, but sadly most ladino speakers are old people... and the younger generation of Sephardi Jews don't speak it. The language is basically a mix of (old) Spanish and Hebrew, but depending on where the speaker lives some words from Greek, Turkish, and Arabic are often borrowed. I am creating thi
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