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Book Description

Title:
The Merchant Taylors' Hebrew Grammar. The Formal Principles of Biblical Hebrew, as Understood by Modern Semitists, Stated in a Manner Suited to Beginners
Author:
Publication Year:
Location:
London
Publisher:
Samuel Bagster and Sons
Pages:
163
Subjects:
Language, Hebrew, Grammar
Copyright Holder:
Public domain

Charles James Ball [1851?-1924], The Merchant Taylors' Hebrew Grammar. The Formal Principles of Biblical Hebrew, as Understood by Modern Semitists, Stated in a Manner Suited to Beginners

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Index
  • Part I. Phonology. Of Sounds and Their Written Symbols
  • Paryt II. Etymology. Of Words, and Their Flexion
  • Part III. Syntax