Grammatica van het Bijbels Hebreeuws. Hulpboek bij de Grammatica van het Bijbels Hebreeuws.

Editors: J.P. Lettinga and Muraoka
This volume deals with the essentials of Biblical Hebrew grammatical structure. It is designed as a textbook for complete beginners, though it is detailed enough to arouse the interest of students wishing to learn a little more than the bare essentials and to see the language in the light of its earlier phases. Partly for the latter purpose there are constant references to the appropriate parts of the two advanced Biblical Hebrew grammars, Joüon-Muraoka and Waltke-O'Connor.
Unlike most grammars of its kind, this work contains a fairly extensive syntax section. The appended Hulpboek contains a considerable amount of exercise material and a selection of biblical texts and an inscription with annotations and cross-references to the main body of the grammar. Furthermore, there are a glossary, a set of paradigms, a subject index, and a list of technical terms with explanatory notes drawn on non-Hebrew examples. The volume is a considerably rewritten, revised version of the ninth edition of Lettinga's grammar.

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Takamitsu Muraoka, Ph.D. (1970), in Hebrew Linguistics, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, is Professor of the Hebrew Language and Literature, Ugaritic and Israelite Antiquities at the State University of Leiden since 1991. He has published extensively on Hebrew linguistics, Aramaic, Syriac, and the Septuagint including Emphatic Words and Structures in Biblical Hebrew (Magnes Press/Brill, 1985) and A Greek-English Lexicon of the Septuagint: Twelve Prophets (Peeters, 1993).
All those seriously interested in the Jewish Bible and the ancient Hebrew culture, those who wish to brush up their rudimentary knowledge of Hebrew, and those wanting to pursue comparative Semitic linguistics.