A Hebrew Grammar, Without Points: Designed to Facilitate the Study of the Scriptures of the Old Testament, in the Original; and Particularly Adapted to the Use of Those who May Not Have Instruction

D. Carlisle, 1803 - 56 páginas

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Learning a language can be extremely complicated, especially when you are trying to teach yourself. I used this man's book to learn Hebrew, and i have to say it is he best book about learning a language i have read yet. he explains things clearly, and sufficiently, and covers all the ground that needs to be covered. This is the only book i can recommend currently 100% confidence to those trying to learn Hebrew. His simplicity and quickness is surprising but well received by those like me who are seeking a straightforward and concise explanation of the language and its rules. 

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OCLC: 5701403
Related Subjects: Hebrew language -- Grammar. | Bibliography -- Early printed books -- United States -- 1803.

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Página 54 - Therefore the ungodly shall not stand in the judgment, nor sinners in the congregation of the righteous. For the Lord knoweth the way of the righteous : but the way of the ungodly shall perish.
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Página 21 - Kal (Sp, light), becaufe, in the preter, it is burdened with no letter at the beginning.
Página 42 - Hebrew verbs are often joined with their infinitives, which may then be rendered as participles active, or as the Latin gerunds. This kind of expreffion denotes fucceffion or continuance ; as, ijnr n...

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