“He mekaraved me, ” are words BTs might choose to say,
whereas “He was mekarev me, ” is how an FFB
would say it, in their English-Jewish corny koine way
two sides of coins in a fountain where all speech is free.
Taking it away from them would be extremely thievish:
the way they speak proves to both categories that they are Jewish.
Despite a hilluk of a difference they both speak yeshivish,
in a mamme loshen that’s both second-hand and newish.