Biblical Hebrew A

As often as I can, I will post small lessons that should help in you endeavor to learn Biblical Hebrew. Here is the first instalment.

A major difference between Biblical Hebrew and Modern Hebrew is that most of the text of Scripture is in a narrative form. What is not is in third person perfect and imperfect tenses. The languages are for the most part the same as England English is to American English. Modern Hebrew is in the conversational such as past participle, participle, Imperativ, infinitive absolute, and infinitive construct, the present tenses. Most Biblical Hebrew classes begin in these tenses. Keep in mind when moving to the perfect and imperfect tenses that there are major differences in the conjugational forms.

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