A Grammar of Biblical Hebrew
|pages/dimensions: ||XII, 220 pages|
|binding: ||Book (Paperback)|
|edition: ||2. verb. Auflage|
|publishing date: ||01.01.1993|
|prices: ||39,00 Eur[D] / 40,10 Eur[A]|
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This Hebrew Grammar is a helpful instrument both for the beginner and the more advanced student. The views adopted in this grammar have been corroborated by briefly referring to papers or paragraphs of grammars. Phonology has been based on the assumption of a general penultimate stress. In morphology, nouns have been arranged according to synchronical, rather than diachronical principles. As for syntax, it was considered best to base the sections dealing with it on the quoted Biblical excerpts rather than to adduce selected syntactical phenomena from the whole Bible.
The new edition has brought the grammar up-to-date, including references to scientific literature written in modern Hebrew.