[b-hebrew] introduction

James Christian jc.bhebrew at googlemail.com
Thu Jul 8 15:35:53 EDT 2010


Hi Will,

Welcome to the list. I'm also a computer scientist. If you get time check
out the generative grammar thread. Would be interested in any comments you
have.

James Christian

On 5 July 2010 23:55, Will Parsons <wbparsons at alum.mit.edu> wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I've recently subscribed to the b-hebrew mailing list and according to the
> introductory message I received when I subscribed, new members are
> encouraged
> to "introduce themselves".  So, by way of introduction, I offer the
> following:
>
> o  I have studied Hebrew over quite a long time now, but rather spottily,
> with
>   the result that I cannot claim to have more than a mediocre knowledge of
>   Hebrew (at best).  I.e., I can read the Bible in Hebrew, but not
> fluently,
>   and only with frequent recourse to a dictionary.
>
> o  I have studied quite a number (to varying degrees) of other languages
>   (chiefly, though not exclusively, either Indo-European or Semitic), and
>   have a good general knowledge of linguistics.
>
> o  My "day job" is not concerned with Biblical studies, languages, or
>   linguistics, but rather computer science.
>
> o  I became aware of this group when it became available as a news group
> via
>   Gmane, and although I prefer news groups to mailing lists, it appears
> that
>   one can only post via the mailing list, not Gmane, so I have subscribed
> to
>   the list.
>
> --
> William Parsons <wbparsons at alum.mit.edu>
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