A Practical Grammar for Classical Hebrew

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OUP Oxford, 1959 - Foreign Language Study - 316 pages
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The aim of this book is to render the teaching and study of Classical Hebrew simple and interesting. While there are a number of Hebrew grammars in English used by teachers and students, my experience in teaching the language has made it clear to me that a more simple, direct, and reasonable system could be devised than is at present available. From conversations with other teachers of Hebrew it has become evident to me that there was a real need for a grammar which would make the study of the language more attractive. It was to satisfy this need that I undertook to prepare a practical grammar. - Preface.

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Very Practical and valuable explanation

User Review  - KENNEL - Christianbook.com

Though just a beginner of Bible Hebrew, I was impressed with very practical and valuable explanation. Having a copy of Japanese edition, I always compare with each other and having a very good time in studying. Thank you. Read full review

User Review  - Robert Needham - Christianbook.com

This textbook is very helpful for the student of Biblical Hebrew in a classroom setting. However, if you are attempting to learn Biblical Hebrew independently, I would not recommend it, as it ... Read full review

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