For someone that has some basic gemarah skills with experience in learning the gemarah together with Rashi and Tosefot, what's a good resource for finding a daily havruta to study with in Brooklyn, NY.

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    go to a local shul or your own shul you attend and befriend people...be active – MoriDowidhYa3aqov Sep 9 '13 at 20:32
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    Go to a shul and ask the rabbi to find you someone. – Hacham Gabriel Sep 9 '13 at 20:41
  • Maybe someone here can help :) – Shmuel Brin Sep 9 '13 at 21:19

What has worked for me is the following.

1 - Hanging up signs in a few local Shuls saying that I am looking for a Chavrusa during the following hours to learn the following type of learning, with my phone number.

2 - Asking neighbors if they are looking to learn with someone.

3 - Asking my Rabbi if he can suggest anyone.

Hatzlacha upon your quest.

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This site can help chavrusa match


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  • It doesn't seem to be very active. I guess I'll need to consult with a rabbi. – Ani Yodea Sep 9 '13 at 20:49

Take a look at http://yagdiltorah.org/chavrusa. I don't know how active it is, but you can take a look there.

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