The Hebrew Bible Insert is designed to be used in conjunction with the Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia, as a guide to the syntax of Biblical Hebrew. Examples of virtually every major syntactic construction are available from within the text, as well as paradigms to aid in the declining of nouns and parsing of verbs. As such, the Insert is a valuable tool to assist the student of Biblical Hebrew in the analysis of the Hebrew text. The Insert also offers tremendous benefit to the beginning Hebrew student by presenting the difficulties of Hebrew syntax in a clear, concise, and ordered manner.
“This is common when the chain ends with a pronominal suffix” (Page 18)
“consecutive wayyiqtols may even overlap (verbal hendiadys; §2.3).” (Page 31)
“Along with adjectives and the construct, this is a standard (i.e., non-emphatic) means of modification in BH” (Page 19)
“(3) Reflexive/middle, or dual status: the subject both performs and is affected by the action (nifal, hitpael)” (Pages 21–22)
“Nifal is primarily the passive and reflexive of the active stems” (Page 23)