A Grammar for Biblical Hebrew

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Abingdon Press, 1995 - Foreign Language Study - 366 pages
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This is a comprehensive revision of our popular Hebrew grammar textbook.

Key Features: *Revision of a proven textbook *Uses biblical text from the outset *Greater emphasis on understanding of accents and other critical details; new material on the study of the Hebrew language

Key Benefits: *Helps the student use the biblical text itself *Make use of Hebrew dictionaries and other reference tools easier for the beginning student *Excurses provide a good general overview of the Hebrew language, as well as some in-depth understanding of grammatical rules

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Review: A Grammar for Biblical Hebrew Revised Edition

User Review  - Ilya - Goodreads

An excellent review of the grammar of the language, better organized than Pratico and Van Pelt, and not as bogged down in the minutiae as Gesenius. Read full review

Review: A Grammar for Biblical Hebrew Revised Edition

User Review  - Dan Glover - Goodreads

This was my Hebrew text. I found Hebrew very challenging. However, I thought Seow's approach was fairly good and his book should not be judged on my ability to learn the language. Read full review

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About the author (1995)

Seow is Henry Snyder Gehman Professor of Old Testament Language and Literature, Princeton Theological Seminary.

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