By Jeff A. Benner
After studying the Hebrew alphabet, it is time to study Hebrew grammar, morphology and syntax. This booklet offers the fundamentals to Hebrew grammar, observe development and syntax, or sentence constitution. furthermore, it examines each one Hebrew observe within the Ten Commandments and breaks down the roots, prefixes and suffixes of every note. This booklet can be a beneficial instrument for an individual drawn to studying the best way to learn the Hebrew Bible in its unique language. Jeff A. Benner, founding father of the traditional Hebrew examine heart (www.ancient-hebrew.org) and the Mechanical Translation of the Hebrew Bible undertaking (www.mechanical-translation.org), has authored many books as regards to the traditional Hebrew alphabet, language and tradition and speaks round the kingdom in this similar topic. Mr. Benner's target is to coach right Biblical interpretation through supplying others with the instruments had to learn and comprehend the Bible from its unique context.
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Extra info for Learn to Read Biblical Hebrew
A Literal Translation Another powerful one will not exist for you in my presence. 30 Learn to Read Biblical Hebrew ~ Volume 2 Exodus 20:4 ֹלא תעשׂה־לָך פסל וכל־תמוּנה אשׁר אַשּׁמים ממעל ואשׁר אַָארץ מתחת ואשׁר אַמים מתחת לָארץ׃ ֹלא Transliteration: lo Translation: not Morphology: The word ( לאlo, Strong’s #3808) is the negative participle meaning “not” and negates the action of the next verb. ” The prefix ( וve) is a conjunction meaning “and,” but in context this is better translated as “or” in this verse.
Comments: This plural noun is often used for someone or something of great importance or stature and the context of its use will determine if this word is being used as singular or plural. Because this word is describing YHVH, a singular, this noun is being used as a singular. The phrase “name of 54 Learn to Read Biblical Hebrew ~ Volume 2 YHVH your powerful one” is the definite direct object of the preceding verb. ” ֹלא Transliteration: lo Translation: not Morphology: The word ( לאlo, Strong’s #3808) is the negative participle meaning “not” and negates the action of the next verb.
Comments: This is an adjective describing אלהים. The gender and number of any adjective must match the gender and number of the noun it describes; therefore this adjective is written in the plural form to match the plurality of אלהים. The phrase אלהים אחריםis the object of the previous verb, which identified the object as a masculine singular. So while this phrase could be translated as “other powerful ones” or “another powerful one,” the context demands the latter translation. ” פּני Transliteration: pa-nai 29 Learn to Read Biblical Hebrew ~ Volume 2 Translation: my face Morphology: The base word is ( פנהpaneh, Strong’s #6437) meaning “face,” but is always written in the plural form (paniym, Strong’s #6440) by adding the suffix ים (iym).