Sunday, November 2, 2008

Hebrew Questions

I'm full of questions lately. I wanted to see what Bibliobloggers thought was the best Intro to Hebrew grammar that one could use outside of a classroom. There aren't any Hebrew classes here and my Hebrew absolutely stinks. Are there any books/programs out there that one could use to get them through 1st year Hebrew?

4 comments:

Levi said...

My favorite is definitely Kelley's Hebrew grammar. Here's the link

http://www.amazon.com/Biblical-Hebrew-Introductory-Page-Kelley/dp/0802805981/

The most popular in seminaries is probably Van Pratico, but this grammar is really great. There's also a key to it on amazon as well.

James Gregory said...

The standard is probably Kelley. It is pretty technical. If you want to learn Hebrew outside of the classroom, Pratico is probably best. I would not suggest getting the First Hebrew Primer. Kelley and Pratico are your best bets in my own opinion.

steph said...

James D Martin: Davidson's Introductory Hebrew Grammar is highly recommended - it's clear and simple

Reformed Baptist said...

Russell Fullers "Hebrew Grammar"