Learning to Read Biblical Hebrew: An Introductory Grammar

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Table of Contents
Acknowledgmentsxvii
Abbreviations and Symbolsxix
Lesson 11
  1A CONSONANTS1
      1. Introduction1
      2. Consonant chart2
      3. Characteristics of certain consonants3
      4. Writing the forms of the consonants4
      5. Transliteration4
      6. Pronunciation5
  EXERCISES6
Lesson 29
  2A VOWELS9
      1. Introduction9
      2. Vowel chart10
      3. Full vowels11
      4. Half vowels12
      5. Placement of vowels with consonants12
      6. Pronunciation of vowels and vowel classes15
      7. Transliteration17
  EXERCISES18
Lesson 321
  3A ACCENTING21
      1. Major accent for a word21
      2. Meteg22
  3B SYLLABLES22
      1. Characteristics of syllables22
      2. Open syllables23
      3. Closed syllables25

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