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Does anyone know if there is an online translation of the Mishna Brura into English on the internet beginning with the first Siman?

  • While this is nowhere near complete, there are several Simanim translated here: torah.org/advanced/mishna-berura/archives.html It starts with Siman 11, though. – Salmononius2 Aug 19 '15 at 21:46
  • A partial preview of some volumes can be found on Google Books (e.g. simanim 157-201, 274-307, 345-372, 373-428, 625-651, and 652-697). – Fred Aug 19 '15 at 21:54
  • ... Also 202-241 and 429-452. – Fred Aug 19 '15 at 22:02
  • One has to learn MB from the original not from a translation. Similar to gemoro, no translation can do it justice. If it is only to know dinim one can use an English kitsur where the translation is as good as the original. – newcomer Apr 19 '16 at 18:59
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Sefaria's is incomplete, but it does start with the first chapter as requested.

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There is a website called mishnaberurayomi.org that has archives where you can search for the digest pdfs that has translation (and more) of the mishna berura. Click on the "location in mishna berura" option and enter the siman you are looking for in the search box and then click search.

  • consider adding links. – mevaqesh Mar 7 '17 at 7:05

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