For those who are interested, I added a new resource to my list: Russell Fuller’s recently published intermediate grammar. This is the grammar most of my analysis is based on: grammatical categories, accents, etc. Also, I do plan to make more videos.
In this review, my first, of a Hebrew grammar, I want to look at A Biblical Hebrew Reference Grammar by Christo H. J. van der Merwe, Jackie A. Naudé and Jan H. Kroeze. I chose this particular grammar first because its methodology in analyzing Hebrew grammar is different from what you see on this site. In particular,Continue reading “Grammar Review: van der Merwe-Naude-Kroeze”
In two videos I briefly introduced verbal and nominal clauses. In the video on the verbal clause video I explained how the nominal clause and the verbal clause differ in meaning. In this ‘Grammarians’ Corner’ segment, I will take a look at Kautzsch’s description of verbal and nominal clauses in his 28th edition of Gesenius’Continue reading “Gesenius-Kautzsch – Verbal and Nominal Clauses”