Charts of Biblical Hebrew

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  • Copyright: 2007-02-01
  • Publisher: Zondervan

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Charts of Biblical Hebrew provides students of biblical Hebrew with a unique study aid.This innovative language resource contains:130 of the most vital charts appear in print for instant accessA CD-ROM offers a complete collection of over 450 charts.Featuring two color design, Charts of Biblical Hebrew is cross-referenced to Pratico and Van PeltĘs Basics of Biblical Hebrew and may be used with other first-year biblical Hebrew textbooks as well. The charts are also an ideal means of review for advanced students.

Author Biography

Miles V. Van Pelt (PhD, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is assistant professor of Old Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi Gary D. Pratico (ThD, Harvard Divinity School) is professor of Old Testament and director of the Hebrew Language Program at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary

Table of Contents

Prefacep. 10
Twenty-Three Consonantsp. 11
Five Final Formsp. 12
Six Begadkephat Consonantsp. 13
Summary Vowel Chart: Long, Short, Reducedp. 14
Summary Vowel Chart: Vowel Lettersp. 15
Two Basic Rulesp. 16
Syllable Classificationp. 17
Inflectional Endingsp. 18
Patterns of Noun Pluralization: No Changep. 19
Patterns of Noun Pluralization: Propretonic Reductionp. 20
Patterns of Noun Pluralization: Segholate Nounsp. 21
Patterns of Noun Pluralization: Geminate Nounsp. 22
Definite Article
Basic Formp. 23
Summary of Possible Spellingsp. 24
Conjunction Waw
Basic Formp. 25
Summary of Spellingsp. 26
Three Typesp. 27
Spelling of Inseparable Prepositionsp. 28
Spelling of Inseparable Prepositions with Nouns that Have the Definite Articlep. 29
The Preposition [Characters not Reproducible]p. 30
The Inflection of Hebrew Adjectivesp. 31
The Attributive Use of Adjectivesp. 32
The Predicative Use of Adjectivesp. 33
The Substantive Use of Adjectivesp. 34
Independent Personal Pronounsp. 35
Paradigm and Notesp. 36
The Interrogative Particlep. 37
Pronominal Suffixes on Nominals
Masculine Nounsp. 38
Feminine Nounsp. 39
Prepositions [Characters not Reproducible] and [Characters not Reproducible]p. 40
Summary Chart: Type 1 and Type 2p. 41
Construct Chain
Introductionp. 42
Definiteness and Indefinitenessp. 43
Multiple Construct Nounsp. 44
Construct Nouns with Attributive Adjectivesp. 45
The Spelling of Nouns in the Construct State: Masculine Plural and Dualp. 46
The Spelling of Nouns in the Construct State: Feminine Singular Nouns Ending in [Characters not Reproducible]p. 47
The Spelling of Nouns in the Construct State: Feminine Pluralp. 48
The Spelling of Nouns in the Construct State: Certain Monosyllabic Nounsp. 49
The Spelling of Nouns in the Construct State: Segholate Nounsp. 50
The Spelling of Nouns in the Construct State: Nouns Ending in [Characters not Reproducible]p. 51
Introduction to Verbs
Verbal Stems: Meaningp. 52
Eight Basic Verbal Conjugationsp. 53
Summary: Roots, Stems and Conjugationsp. 54
Qal Perfect: Strong
Strong Verb Paradigmp. 55
Verbal Roots Ending in [Characters not Reproducible]p. 56
Verbal Roots Ending in [Characters not Reproducible]p. 57
Stative Verbs: Qal Perfect Paradigmsp. 58
Qal Perfect: Weak
I-Guttural, II-Guttural and III-[Characters not Reproducible] Verbsp. 59
III-[Characters not Reproducible] Verbsp. 60
III-[Characters not Reproducible] Verbsp. 61
Geminate Verbsp. 62
Biconsonantal Verbsp. 63
The Lexical Form of Biconsonantal Verbsp. 64
Qal Imperfect: Strong
Strong Verb Paradigmp. 65
Diagnostics and Notesp. 66
Stative Verb Paradigmsp. 67
Qal Imperfect: Weak
III-[Characters not Reproducible] Verbsp. 68
III-[Characters not Reproducible] Verbsp. 69
I-Guttural Verbsp. 70
I-[Characters not Reproducible] Verbsp. 71
Geminate Verbsp. 72
Biconsonantal Verbsp. 73
I-[Characters not Reproducible] Verbsp. 74
I-[Characters not Reproducible] Verbsp. 75
Waw Consecutive
Basic Form with the Qal Imperfectp. 76
Qal Imperfect Paradigm with Waw Consecutivep. 77
Basic Form with the Qal Perfectp. 78
Qal Perfect Paradigm with Waw Consecutivep. 79
Qal Imperative
Strong Verb Paradigmp. 80
The Form of the Qal Imperativep. 81
The "Lengthened" 2ms Imperativep. 82
Qal Cohortative
Introductionp. 83
The [Characters not reproducible] Endingp. 84
Qal Jussive
Introductionp. 85
"Short" Formsp. 86
Pronominal Suffixes on Verbs
The Spelling of the Qal Perfect with Pronominal Suffixesp. 87
The Spelling of the Qal Imperfect with Pronominal Suffixesp. 88
Summary of Pronominal Suffixes on the Perfectp. 89
Summary of Pronominal Suffixes on the Imperfectp. 90
Qal Infinitive Construct
Introduction and Basic Formp. 91
The Spelling of III-[Characters not Reproducible] Infinitive Constructsp. 92
The Spelling of I-[Characters not Reproducible] Infinitive Constructsp. 93
The Spelling of I-[Characters not Reproducible] Infinitive Constructsp. 94
The Spelling of Biconsonantal Infinitive Constructsp. 95
Qal Infinitive Absolute
Introduction and Basic Formp. 96
III-[Characters not Reproducible] Verbsp. 97
Biconsonantal Verbsp. 98
Qal Participle
Strong Verb Paradigm for the Qal Active Participlep. 99
Diagnostics for the Qal Active Participlep. 100
Strong Verb Paradigm for the Qal Passive Participlep. 101
Diagnostics for the Qal Passive Participlep. 102
Niphal Strong
Perfectp. 103
Imperfectp. 104
Imperativep. 105
Participlep. 106
Summary of Niphal Strong Verb Diagnosticsp. 107
Niphal Weak
Summary of Niphal Diagnostics: Strong and Weakp. 108
Piel Strong
Perfectp. 109
Imperfectp. 110
Imperativep. 111
Participlep. 112
Summary of Piel Strong Verb Diagnosticsp. 113
Piel Weak
Summary of Piel Diagnostics: Strong and Weakp. 114
Pual Strong
Perfectp. 115
Imperfectp. 116
Participlep. 117
Summary of Pual Strong Verb Diagnosticsp. 118
Pual Weak
Summary of Pual Diagnostics: Strong and Weakp. 119
Hiphil Strong
Perfectp. 120
Imperfectp. 121
Imperativep. 122
Participlep. 123
Summary of Hiphil Strong Verb Diagnosticsp. 124
Hiphil Weak
Summary of Hiphil Diagnostics: Strong and Weakp. 125
Hophal Strong
Perfectp. 126
Imperfectp. 127
Participlep. 128
Summary of Hophal Strong Verb Diagnosticsp. 129
Hophal Weak
Summary of Hophal Diagnostics: Strong and Weakp. 130
Hithpael Strong
Perfectp. 131
Imperfectp. 132
Imperativep. 133
Participlep. 134
Summary of Hithpael Strong Verb Diagnosticsp. 135
Hithpael Weak
Summary of Hithpael Diagnostics: Strong and Weakp. 136
Summary Verb Charts
Qal Strong Verb: Diagnostics and Paradigmsp. 137
Strong Verb Diagnostics: Qal and Derived Stemsp. 138
The Participle Prefix in the Derived Stemsp. 139
III-[Characters not reproducible] Verbal Roots: Summary of Endingsp. 140
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