[ KINDLE ] ❆ Intermediate Biblical Hebrew Grammar: A Student's Guide to Phonology and Morphology (Resources for Biblical Study Book 89) Author Eric D Reymond – Tactical-player.co.uk

Intermediate Biblical Hebrew Grammar: A Student's Guide to Phonology and Morphology (Resources for Biblical Study Book 89) A Unique Grammar For Intermediate Or Advanced Students Of HebrewThis Grammar Is Intended For Students Of Hebrew Who Wish To Learn About The History Of The Hebrew Language, Specifically Its Phonology And Morphology Reymond Focuses On Aspects Of Hebrew That Will Encourage A Student To Better Remember The Words And Their Inflection As Well As Those That Will Reinforce General Principles Of The Language Specific Examples For Memorization Are Outlined At The End Of Each Chapter The Book Also Serves As A Resource For Students Wishing To Remind Themselves Of The Relative Frequency Of Certain Phenomena The Book Provides Students With A Full Picture Of The Language S MorphologyFeatures Tables Of Nouns And Adjectives Illustrating The Absolute And Construct, Singular And Plural Forms, As Well As All The Forms With SuffixesTables Include Forms Not Found In The Masoretic TextAdditional Tables That Set Similar Verbal Inflections Side By SideEric D Reymond Is Lector In Biblical Hebrew At Yale Divinity School He Is The Author Of Qumran Hebrew An Overview Of Orthography, Phonology, And Morphology, Innovations In Hebrew Poetry Parallelism And The Poems Of Sirach, And New Idioms Within Old Poetry And Parallelism In The Non Masoretic Poems Of Q QPsaall From SBL Press


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1 thoughts on “Intermediate Biblical Hebrew Grammar: A Student's Guide to Phonology and Morphology (Resources for Biblical Study Book 89)

  1. says:

    I love the author s treatment of how the Hebrew language has evolved and the surrounding cultural influences upon it I especially appreciate the greater coverage of the many variants of the binyanim, which tend to get superficial coverage in most Biblical Hebrew courses hishtaphel, polel, pilpal, etc.I bought this as a Kindle book


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