An Introduction to Biblical Hebrew
The choice of vocabulary and grammar, in this book, is essentially an introduction to the prose, not the poetical language. Generous use of transliteration is meant to serve three purposes: it enables the reader to perceive Hebrew as a language and not an exercise in decipherment, it removes the obstacles to mastering innumerable pages of abstract phonological and orthogra...more
Paperback, 345 pages
Published September 1st 1971 by Pearson
(first published January 1st 1971)
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Used this for my undergrad in University, and have gone back to it more than once for revision. I have looked at other grammars, but I still rate Lambdin's as the best out there. Be sure to look for H.G.M. Williamson's ANNOTATED KEY (originally published by JSOT Press, Sheffield) if you are self-studying.