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eBook A Reference Grammar of Modern Hebrew (Reference Grammars) ePub

by Shmuel Bolozky,Edna Amir Coffin

  • ISBN: 0521820332
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Shmuel Bolozky,Edna Amir Coffin
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press (April 4, 2005)
  • Pages: 462
  • ePub book: 1507 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1722 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 430

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It uses a minimum of specialized linguistic terminology to analyze grammatical categories, phrases, expressions, and the construction of clauses and sentences.

It uses a minimum of specialized linguistic terminology to analyze grammatical categories, phrases, expressions, and the construction of clauses and sentences. Verb and noun tables are provided as well as a comprehensive index in this useful teaching resource and easy-to-use reference tool. Categories: Linguistics\Foreign.

Preface The main purpose of this book is to serve as a reference grammar tor Modern Hebrew.

First published 2005 Printed in the United Kingdom at the University Press, Cambridge. Typeset by authors A catalogue record of this book is uvai/ab/e. fi"om the British Library. Preface The main purpose of this book is to serve as a reference grammar tor Modern Hebrew.

Such a reference book of Modern Hebrew has been needed for a long time Every question I had on Hebrew grammar has been answered in this book.

Such a reference book of Modern Hebrew has been needed for a long time. The only previous reference grammar in English, by Lewis Glinert, while an excellent work, is expensive, very technical, very heavy on syntax, and often outdated. This new volume is easy to use, and includes tons of useful and helpful information. Every question I had on Hebrew grammar has been answered in this book. My level of Hebrew is intermediate I think, and I could follow all the examples very well, even though they are not simplified for a low level.

Dictionary A Reference Grammar of Modern Hebrew resource and easy-to-use reference A Reference Grammar of A Reference Grammar of Modern Hebrew (Reference Grammars A Reference Grammar of Modern Hebrew (Reference Grammars) pdf by Shmuel Bolozky Systematically organised it does not to, look up specific details 'anyone.

functional or pragmatic Hebrew grammar, taking into consideration the different types of Hebrew clauses and sentences

functional or pragmatic Hebrew grammar, taking into consideration the different types of Hebrew clauses and sentences. The exegetical finding is compared to both ancient (Septuagint and Vulgate) and medieval Czech Bible translations as well as to the three modern translations in Czech that - in an unparalleled frequency - all appeared in 2009.

by Edna Amir Coffin(Author), Shmuel Bolozky(Author). Anyone who wants a solid reference book for Hebrew grammar would benefit from this book. Whenever possible provide Hebrew terminology alongside the English terms to help students benefit more from this textbook.

Edna Amir Coffin, Shmuel Bolozky.

Anyone who wants a solid reference book for Hebrew grammar would benefit from this book. Shmuel Bolozky is Professor of Hebrew at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

by Edna Amir Coffin and Shmuel Bolozky. It uses a minimum of specialized linguistic terminology to analyze grammatical categories, phrases, expressions, and the construction of clauses and sentences.

This organized, accessible guide to all aspects of contemporary Hebrew grammar presents the basic structures of the language. It uses a minimum of specialized linguistic terminology to analyze grammatical categories, phrases, expressions, and the construction of clauses and sentences. Verb and noun tables are provided as well as a comprehensive index in this useful teaching resource and easy-to-use reference tool.

Comments

Datrim Datrim
I am a disabled veteran with puncturing head wound on the left side of head with prosthetic skull on the same side. I mention this because language is most affected by this type of injury on that area of the head. Am taking Modern Hebrew classes at a small liberal arts college in a degree program and have been searching for other resources/books to help supplement my learning and understanding. Being in the second semester....I wish I would have found this book in the first semester! It is that good! It is easy enough for someone like me with severe Traumatic brain Injury but enough depth and detail for a college level introductory course. I highly recommend it!
Gela Gela
The best reference grammar for Modern Hebrew.
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Such a reference book of Modern Hebrew has been needed for a long time. The only previous reference grammar in English, by Lewis Glinert, while an excellent work, is expensive, very technical, very heavy on syntax, and often outdated. This new volume is easy to use, and includes tons of useful and helpful information. It is not a comprehensive grammar with every last detail, but will still be of great value to the student of Hebrew, from the beginner to the advanced level. Recommended.
Timberahue Timberahue
Great Resource!
Cobyno Cobyno
When I bought the book my need was to understand and use the different verb conjugations and prepositions better. The first aim has certainly been achieved. The second not so.

What the book does well is to provide a logical order for presenting the elements of grammar. It is thorough in that it gives examples of each component along with variations and exceptions. Pronunciations are aided by English transliterations. There are thorough appendices giving tables of the grammar components. What the book is not is comprehensive. That is, it does not go through every single verb and how it is used, leaving some intelligent work to be done by the user. Similarly with the prepositions, which is why I haven't yet come to grips with them.

But what has gained this book full marks is simply because it is readable and it is easy to dip in and out of.
Zainn Zainn
The examples are particularly helpful. The discussion of "registers" - the level of formality of language and so on - is also interesting and helpful. Bolotsky's 501 Hebrew verbs is of similar quality and usefulness. These books help to span the gap between studying Hebrew and really being able to use it. However, to get the most from this book, one must devote a good deal of effort.
riki riki
This is the best book on Hebrew Grammar I have read. I read it from cover to cover, almost as a novel. The explanations and examples are very clear, the tone is fresh, the amount of subjects is huge and not at all standard. Every question I had on Hebrew grammar has been answered in this book. My level of Hebrew is intermediate I think, and I could follow all the examples very well, even though they are not simplified for a low level. So, five stars is actually not enough...
Very useful, especially if wanting to look up verb conjugations. It goes over all aspects of the grammar and is good if using it as a student in university or just for personal use.