[b-hebrew] “First Year Lies” was Re: Ruth
simcha.dana at gmail.com
Mon Jul 19 17:21:14 EDT 2010
Dear Oun Kwon,
I can't imagine what you might be talking about here. When I look at the
sample page online it looks like a perfectly ordinary English font.
Naturally the online display is a little fuzzier than the printed version,
but still quite readable to my eye. (Not that it's intended that anyone
should "learn Hebrew" from an online sample page, as you say you've
concluded you can't do from this book.)
Still, perhaps I didn't follow what your point was.
On Tue, Jun 15, 2010 at 7:07 PM, Oun Kwon <kwonbbl at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, May 24, 2010 at 4:48 PM, dana Densmore <simcha.dana at gmail.com>
> > Some of you following this thread may be interested in a new book written
> > my biblical hebrew teacher, Bob Sacks. He takes an exploratory approach
> > inviting the reader/student to puzzle out with him where the forms come
> > instead of presenting them as rules. And he jumps into reading the
> > text after exploring only a few of the most basic principles and doing
> > describing than prescribing. Here's the web site that tells more about
> > book (which is entitled *Beginning Biblical Hebrew*):
> > http://www.kafiryaroq.com
> > Dana Densmore
> I opened the sample page of the book. It's simply printed for people
> NOT be able to read!
> That's proves that why Hebrew would be difficult for me to learn and
> tell me not to be bothered.
> What a stupid idea the publisher (or author) got for the funny looking
> font (for English)!
> Shame, shame, shame!
> if he wrote cleaning handwriting and copied it as a book, it would
> have been forgiven.
> Oun Kwon.
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