Four Questions(English, pl.); Fir Kashes (Yiddish); Mah Nishtanah (Hebrew) - The Four Questions are asked during the Pesach (Passover) seder. The answers to these explain the meaning and the symbols of the holiday. During the seder, the Four Questions are traditionally asked in Hebrew or English by the youngest person at the table that is able to do so. Much of the seder is designed to fulfill the biblical obligation to tell the story to one's children, and many of the customs that have developed around the Four Questions are designed to pique a child's curiosity in order to hold their attention. The leader of the seder answers each question by guiding the guests through the Haggadah, which tells the story of the Israelites’ Exodus from Egypt. The questions are introduced with the query, “Why is this night different from all other nights?”and are as follows: 1) On all other nights we eat bread or matzah. Why on this night do we eat only matzah? 2) On all other nights we eat many vegetables. Why on this night do we eat bitter herbs? 3) On all other nights we do not dip our food. Why on this night do we dip twice (in salt water)? 4) On all other nights why do we eat sitting upright or reclining. Why tonight do we recline? Come to our Folkshul Seder and hear the explanation for each of the Four Questions.