Hebrew verb and noun list based on frequency
ButhFam at compuserve.com
Sun Sep 19 07:07:02 EDT 1999
et merci pour le 'bonjour', camaille
shalom veshana tova.
>>what i remember from mitchell are occasional "verbs" vocalized as a
>>qal/root that don't exist. this can be difficult and misleading for
> Yes : under the same *shmd* for example, Mitchel writes shamad,
> in the foreword that unpronounceable words are more difficult to learn
> for this reason, all verb roots have been provided with vowels.
pedagogically, i favor learning real words. it's the way all kids, both
ancient and modern, have had to do it. shamad is not a word. nishmad and
hishmid are real words.
still, anyone who has helped another enter the world of biblical hebrew is
to be congratualed.
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