Take the first step toward reading the Old Testament in its original language. Learning to Read Biblical Hebrew teaches the basics of Hebrew grammar, vocabulary, and syntax. The step-by-step approach offers thorough illustration by means of biblical examples, logically presenting all the basic elements of Hebrew grammar. This study communicates in a clear language, moves at a reasonable pace, and teaches using a deductive approach.
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“In the typical pe-nun verb the nun assimilates in the following” (Page 259)
“This pe-nun verb is doubly weak in that the final nun assimilates when a consonantal suffix is attached” (Page 261)
“Hebrew has three prepositions which are always prefixed to words” (Page 49)
“These prefixed prepositions cannot stand alone as independent words” (Page 49)
“(a) [sign of the object—no translation] (particle)” (Page 370)
Robert Ray Ellis is a professor for Old Testament and Hebrew at Logsdon School of Theology at Hardin-Simmons University in Texas. He has a Doctor of Philosophy degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.