Item description for Readings in Biblical Hebrew: An Intermediate Textbook (Yale Language Series) by Ehud Ben Zvi, Maxine Hancock & Richard A. Beinert...
This text is aimed at students who have completed an introductory course in Hebrew in order to teach them to read and interpret biblical texts from the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible. The book includes topics for further thought and suggestions for further reading on specific issues.
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Studio: Yale University Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.2" Width: 8.75" Height: 0.92" Weight: 2.15 lbs.
Release Date Sep 10, 1993
Publisher Yale University Press
ISBN 0300055730 ISBN13 9780300055733
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More About Ehud Ben Zvi, Maxine Hancock & Richard A. Beinert
Ehud Ben Zvi is assistant professor of Hebrew at the University of Alberta.
Ehud Ben Zvi currently resides in Edmonton, Alberta. Ehud Ben Zvi was born in 1951 and has an academic affiliation as follows - University of Alberta.
Ehud Ben Zvi has published or released items in the following series...
de Gruyter Studies in Organization
Forms of the Old Testament Literature
Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies
Summer Institute of Linguistics and the University of Texas
Reviews - What do customers think about Readings in Biblical Hebrew: An Intermediate Textbook (Yale Language Series)?
Excellent Intermediate Level Hebrew Reader Jan 20, 2007
This intermediate level Hebrew reader inductively introduces the student who has just completed an elementary level Hebrew grammar to actually reading extended passages of the Hebrew Bible. The student of Hebrew is introduced to historical narratives, legal texts, wisdom literature, and Hebrew poetry--which many elementary grammars shy away from to the detriment of the student. Zvi introduces the student to the important sigla of the massoretic text. Because the textbook inductively introduces the student to Hebrew syntax, it would be a good idea to use A.B. Davidson's Introduction to Hebrew: Syntax or Ronald J. Williams Hebrew Syntax: An Outline as an aid along with the textbook.
The Best Book of Its Kind Aug 5, 1999
I teach classical Hebrew, in a four-semester program at the undergraduate level. So, I'm always looking for excellent teaching materials to help my students read and comprehend the beautiful and barbaric language of the ancient Biblical texts. There are plenty of introductory grammars, many of them very good. But there are not many textbooks available to help the second year reader.
It is this unreached audience that Ben Zvi,Hancock and Beinert target so well in this book. I'll hazard the guess that even if there were half a dozen or more such texts readily available, this one would still surpass them all in usefulness to the student.
As the sages and rabbis are wont to say, "baruch hashem."