He does not go to "cheder" any more, nor does he wish to learn anything at home.
On the one side was the whole "cheder," on the other Getzel.
And many more wonderful things Abramtzig tells from the "cheder."
The "cheder" is not far away, in the next house, that is to say, in the next room.
When you came home from 'cheder' you were more dead than alive.
Leibel bent his head, lowered his eyes, and went off to "cheder."
Why is it that when I come from "cheder," and do not find Busie I cannot eat?
I mean that we are to pretend to be ill, so that we shall not have to go to 'cheder.'
He loves the sun, and the Rebbe hangs his caftan across the window, and the cheder is darkened, so that it oppresses the soul.
We went home from "cheder" that evening lively, joyful, and singing.