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By Bill T. Arnold

This publication is superb for the coed of Biblical Hebrew. in certain cases, many starting scholars don't absolutely examine the principles of syntax within the first couple of semesters of Biblical Hebrew, and it's not till the scholar starts off to learn in top point sessions that the basics of syntax are actually useful. This e-book meets the necessity for a concise consultant for syntax, explaining in easy methods how issues resembling the waw verbal sequences and the numerous makes use of of prepositional prefixes paintings in sentences. the reasons are extremely simple, and a pupil who has played correctly in a single or semesters of Hebrew should have no difficulty discerning the phrases and lingo of Hebrew grammar and syntax. The ebook is largely a hugely abridged model of Waltke and O'Connor's Biblical Hebrew Syntax, a thick and crucial quantity that scholars should want to graduate to upon getting to know Arnold and Choi's smaller volume.
I have used this ebook fairly greatly in my very own exegesis sessions (Dr. invoice Arnold is one my profs) and it has served me rather well. hence, i like to recommend it to any scholar of Hebrew that wishes reinforcement of their realizing of Hebrew syntax.

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Yh• h†7 †yá1¨ tkøs ‰làl¨, “and you shall take choice flour, and bake it into twelve cakes” (Lev 24:5). 4 Apposition In addition to the three main case functions (nominative, genitive, and accusative), BH also uses nouns in apposition, that is, in simple juxtaposition in order for the second noun (the apposition) to modify or elucidate the first 35 36 For more on this and the next (accusative of product), see Kautzsch 1910, 371–72 and Waltke and O’Connor 1990, 174–75. Jouon ¨ and Muraoka 1993, 460–61; Waltke and O’Connor 1990, 173.

The voice of the primary subject is active (see vertical axis of the appendixes). Since there is no element of causation, the Qal has no secondary subject (first column of the horizontal axis of Appendix II). , Comrie 1976), and has become the consensus of scholars working on BH (Waltke and O’Connor 1990, 346–50; and for a different view, Zevit 1998, 41–48). ” Waltke and O’Connor 1990, 355. The Qal is also known as the “G stem” (for German Grundstamm, “basic stem”). The verbal stems in other Semitic languages have different names, making it difficult to study them together.

E°0 y#GMp, “I have taught you statutes and ordinances [literally: I have caused you (subject of causation/accusative #2) to learn statutes and ordinances (accusative #1)]” (Deut 4:5), taZø U hJgI M]U t5 yÄoi3(©, “and he [Yhwh] fed me this scroll [literally: and he caused me (subject of causation/accusative #2) to eat this scroll (accusative #1)]” (Ezek 3:2). This double accusative is common with verbs of fullness and emptiness, robing and disrobing, and other causative constructions. †7 aKy, “He [Yhwh] filled them with skill [literally: he caused them (subject of causation/accusative #2) to be full of skill (accusative #1)]” (Exod 35:35).

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