RE : Begining Biblical Hebrew Book
GOLDMAN Amir Patrick
amirpatrick.goldman at unifr.ch
Wed May 15 10:20:23 EDT 2002
A last try to send the info I wished to send about learning biblical Hebrew.
The "Introduction to Biblica Hebrew"
by Thomas LAMBDIN remains the best I know and allows for reading the whole
Bible except difficult pieces
> From: Greg Jordan
> Reply To: Greg Jordan
> Sent: Wednesday, May 15, 2002 15:50 PM
> To: Biblical Hebrew
> Cc: Biblical Hebrew
> Subject: Re: Begining Biblical Hebrew Book
> I always recommend "Biblical Hebrew: A Text and Workbook" (Yale 1989) by
> Bonnie Pedrotti Kittel.
> It stands so far above any other introductory Hebrew book I have ever
> seen, and it jumps straight into the most commonly used Biblical phrases.
> Greg Jordan
> University of South Florida
> jordan at chuma.cas.usf.edu
> On Mon, 13 May 2002, Doug Jordan wrote:
> > Date: Mon, 13 May 2002 19:34:20 -0400
> > From: Doug Jordan <dougj at pdq.net>
> > To: Biblical Hebrew <b-hebrew at franklin.metalab.unc.edu>
> > Subject: Begining Biblical Hebrew Book
> > I am new to Biblical Hebrew and want to teach myself for the reason of
> > understanding the scriptures. I have learned the alphabet and I am now
> > working on the vowels(vocalization). What is the best begining book?
> > Is it Basics of Biblical Hebrew or the book by Kelly or some other book?
> > Your help would be appreciated. I have tried Teach yourself Biblical
> > Hebrew but it does not seem very good.
> > Doug Jordan
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