Item description for Fundamental Biblical Hebrew/Fundamental Biblical Aramaic by Andrew E. Steinmann & Andrew H. Bartelt...
Overview Introductory textbook provides a solid overview of Hebrew and Aramaic grammar and vocabulary in separate grammars bound together for a complete approach to the languages of the Old Testament. The authors address grammar, vocabulary, morphology, and syntax. Includes translation and reading exercises, paradigm charts, a Hebrew-English and Aramaiz-English dictionary, and more.
Publishers Description This single volume introductory approach to the Hebrew and Aramaic languages is a welcome classroom addition. Each language is covered independently, following a similar format that includes morphology, syntax, and vocabulary. Each unit in the Hebrew and Aramaic sections also features translation and reading exercises. Appendices address noun formation and pronominal suffixes, verb paradigms (regular and irregular), glossaries, and indices. A workbook with additional exercises for both languages will be available late in 2004.
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Studio: Concordia Publishing House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.32" Width: 6.72" Height: 1.16" Weight: 1.95 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2004
Publisher Concordia Publishing House
ISBN 0758605285 ISBN13 9780758605283
Availability 0 units.
More About Andrew E. Steinmann & Andrew H. Bartelt
Andrew E. Steinmann is associate professor of Theology at Concordia University in River Forest, Illinois. He also wrote "Fundamental Biblical Aramaic, The Oracles of God, and is completing the Concordia Commentaries, "Daniel and Proverbs.
Andrew E. Steinmann has published or released items in the following series...
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Reviews - What do customers think about Fundamental Biblical Hebrew/Fundamental Biblical Aramaic?
If you don't need Aramaic... Oct 18, 2005
I learned Hebrew at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis under the author using a honeycombed photocopy draft version of the text. This is quite a resource. If you don't really need the Aramaic--just the Hebrew--consider an earlier printing: Fundamental Biblical Hebrew.
Fundamental Biblical Hebrew/Fundamental Biblical Aramaic Sep 16, 2005
Good topic but Bartelt likes to give a lot of useless background info. He also introduces exceptions to rules before the rules are thoroughly developed. But overall you can learn from it.