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Basics of Biblical Hebrew Grammar

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Basics of Biblical Hebrew takes the groundbreaking integrative approach of William Mounce's widely used Basics of Biblical Greek and applies it to learning and teaching biblical Hebrew. This book makes learning Hebrew a natural process and shows from the very beginning how understanding Hebrew helps in understanding the Old Testament. Features of Basics of Biblical Hebrew ...more
Hardcover, 496 pages
Published September 1st 2001 by Zondervan
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Jacob Aitken
I took Hebrew under Prof van Pelt. When I took it we used the first edition (with all of its errors!). We were the "guinea pigs." I have mixed feelings about this book. I literally *HATED* it at the time. I am very good at picking up languages but I just struggled with Hebrew, and this text didn't help. All of the reviews criticizing it for offering too much information too early are correct. It Introduces too much information too early on, which overwhelms the learner with a never-ending sense ...more
Hank Pin
The title itself is pretty self explanatory: it is a Christian textbook on the basic grammatical points of Biblical Hebrew. The emphasis, likewise, is not on vocabulary acquisition (after all, that's what a dictionary for Biblical Hebrew is for). Despite the fact that this is a pretty solid textbook that lies out the information in a clear and rational way, it seems crammed at times, condensing a significant amount of information within one chapter.

Regarding the vocabulary and the audio, it sho
Brice Bigham
Pratico and Van Pelt have constructed this Hebrew Grammar in such a way that anyone can use it to learn the language of the Old Testament - whether a seminary student, pastor or Church member. The methodology used is concerned with accuracy and memorization of essential grammatical rules and paradigms - yet the authors are very concerned that the student waste no time in useless study. The approach is streamlined to minimize time and maximize rule retention. In addition to the exceptional approa ...more
A great intro to Biblical Hebrew. This is the only grammar I have studied for Hebrew but seems well laid out and a solid foundation.
Matt Kottman
Very easy to follow. A person can learn Hebrew on their own with this book and a little diligence.
Talbot Course: Hebrew 1 & 2
Seminary Standard Textbook for learning basic Hebrew
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