By Paul Joüon, T. Muraoka
Already renowned in its two-volume first variation, this can be the main broad revision but of 1 of the main entire Hebrew Grammars to be had in English. This version brings the paintings as much as the current by way of taking account of advancements in our knowing of the Hebrew language through the interven-ing years. For the 1st time the paintings is gifted in a hardback unmarried quantity. Professor Muraoka hopes that this is helping to make the booklet extra beautiful and the content material more uncomplicated to take advantage of. As with the ear-lier version scholars of the outdated testomony, Hebrew and Semitics who've a easy wisdom of Bib-lical Hebrew will locate a lot worthwhile perception and knowledge here.
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