Rabbi Paysach Krohn to spend Shabbos in Lakewood

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  1. I wish R ‘Krohn would have written the fliers since a writer knows that in English we don’t say we “daven BY” a shul. The correct way to say it is we “daven AT” a shul. Many people make this mistake, probably because in Yiddish the word for AT is “BEI”. I hear this mistake all the time but it’s much worse to see it on a poster or flier.

  2. Can you imagine how much faster moshiach would come if all the time spent on correcting grammar mistakes would be spent on ma’asim Tovim and working on one’s Bein Adam L’chaveiro? Although you probably have good intentions, perhaps put your grammar skills to volunteering to review the poster next time instead of criticizing on a public forum.

  3. We daven at (not, for)the amud. They are there, and they’re coming with their packages.
    Our schools need to teach (really teach) basic grammar, each and every grade. And our boys high schools need to have an English component!

  4. @ waste of time. I would love to volunteer for that! No one told me about it. I’m sorry, but am of a certain age, when these things did matter. My father, who learned in the great Yeshivos back in Europe, was extremely makpid on things that don’t matter today, i.e. grammar, spelling and penmanship. I don’t think he felt it was a waste of time after working all day and learning all evening. I’m sorry that the younger generation who only wastes its time staring and typing on phones doesn’t care about those things.That’s why they can’t spell or speak a coherent sentence.

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