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    goofy
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    Does anyone know a yeshiva for serious no shtick sincere guys older/kollel age doing 2/3 sedarim in America small place close kesher w rebbeim non frumspeak style very into learning, halacha and mussar?

    #659041

    Joseph
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    What does non frumspeak style mean?

    #659042

    areivimzehlazeh
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    anywhere in the USA? and please explain ‘non frumspeak’

    #659044

    goofy
    Member

    Meaning part of like the no shtick type. That you don’t need to talk w a certain accent and use certain types of words to be a frum jew. Obviously, nobody really feels that way, but I’d fit better w a crowd that doesn’t have its own preset style of speech. And I don’t speak poshut a single word of yiddish.

    #659045

    goofy
    Member

    In America meaning moving from NY is rough but doable, but moving to Israel is a dream.

    #659046

    goofy
    Member

    I’m thinking along the lines of MTJ, but don’t know their style of learning, or what type of guys are there.

    #659047

    squeak
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    goofy

    Member

    And I don’t speak poshut a single word of yiddish.

    Mamesh gurnischt? Or nur a bissel?

    Above quote sounds like yeshiva-speak to me.

    #659048

    artchill
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    Try Ohr HaChaim in Kew Gardens Hills. It is connected with Touro. The rebbeim are yeshivish and very with it. Rav Eliyahu Soloveichik is a Rosh Yeshiva there and is tremendous. Chicago lost him when Brisk Yeshiva closed.

    #659049

    Feif Un
    Participant

    Look into Sh’or Yoshuv in Far Rockaway

    #659050

    goody613
    Member

    how about rav lettermans yeshivah on coney? don’t know much about it but supposed to be good.

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