Hebrew Syntax.

Clayton Javurek javurek at asu.edu
Tue Apr 9 12:13:45 EDT 2002



Clayton Javurek
E-MAIL: javurek at asu.edu

If you can still find it, I thought the one by 
Ronald Williams, professor at the University of Toronto,
was a good one since it is easy to 
follow. It is called HEBREW SYNTAX.



-----Original Message-----
From: Ian Goldsmith [mailto:iangoldsmith1969 at yahoo.co.uk]
Sent: Tuesday, April 09, 2002 9:04 AM
To: Biblical Hebrew
Subject: Hebrew Syntax.


Dear Members.

Would you be kind enough to give me your preferred
book on Hebrew Syntax. 

I'd just like to get a good cross section on what
we/you prefer, author wise etc, in this area of study.
Any additional comments on why you choose a given
author would be also very welcome.

Many thanks for your help.

Ian.

=====
Ian Goldsmith.
England.

Dibrah Torah kilshone bnei-adam
'The Torah spoke in the language of ordinary men.'
Berakot 31b

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