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SCSaunders
06-27-2009, 09:51 AM
While rooting around on AnimatedHebrew.com's (http://www.animatedhebrew.com/charts/index.html) Hebrew Charts page, I came across some very good links. File these under FYI .....

A blog called "Bolder2Bits" with a Hebrew Resources (http://boulders2bits.com/hebrew-resources/) page, containing some excellent pdf charts.

Scotland's freechurchsemianry.org Online Hebrew Learning Course (http://www.freechurchseminary.org/Hebrew%20Index.html) videos. Couple these with Animated Hebrew's Video Lessons (http://www.animatedhebrew.com/lectures/index.html) and you've got some great language learning videos. JMHO. Also, John Parson (http://hebrewchristians.org/Grammar/grammar.html) is very good at clearly and concisely teaching introductory Hebrew grammar as well.

Finally, the freechurchseminary.org site has some other biblical language videos (http://www.freechurchseminary.org/) as well. Check the right hand column on this TOC page.

Again, FYI and many things to AnimatedHebrew.com for calling attention to these links.

Precha1
06-27-2009, 06:16 PM
Hey SCSaunders,

Thanks for sharing and calling attention to these sites. Is it possible to add these to ERMIE and if so, how would I do that?

Adelphos
06-27-2009, 06:53 PM
Is it possible to add these to ERMIE and if so, how would I do that?

Open ERMIE and click on the Add button.

Precha1
06-27-2009, 07:12 PM
Open ERMIE and click on the Add button.

That sounds simple enough. I discovered that the F1 key while in ERMIE addresses my question. Thanks

SCSaunders
06-28-2009, 07:21 PM
That sounds simple enough. I discovered that the F1 key while in ERMIE addresses my question. ThanksGlad it all worked out!

Michael Hanel
06-28-2009, 08:24 PM
maybe you want to add this site (http://allthingshebrew.com/) to your list

Precha1
06-29-2009, 01:43 PM
Glad it all worked out!

Thanks. I was confusing ERMIE with ELM. I thought they were synonomous but they are not. Once pointed in the right direction, everything seemed to fall right into place.

Pat Goddard
06-29-2009, 03:08 PM
There are two books by William R. Harper titled: Elements of Hebrew by
an Inductive Method. The other is Greek. I found them on Amazon.

I hope this helps,

Pat Goddard

SCSaunders
06-30-2009, 10:04 AM
There are two books by William R. Harper titled: Elements of Hebrew by
an Inductive Method. The other is Greek. I found them on Amazon.

I hope this helps,

Pat GoddardHey Pat!,

Thanks for the tip. I found the Hebrew one on on Internet Archives (http://www.archive.org/details/williamrharperse00harprich).

Yaku Lee
07-13-2009, 11:29 AM
[QUOTE=SCSaunders;18632]While rooting around on AnimatedHebrew.com's (http://www.animatedhebrew.com/charts/index.html) Hebrew Charts page, I came across some very good links. File these under FYI .....

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Thanks for sharing the info on learning Biblical Hebrew online. It is really great to hear the instructor’s voice for a guy like me who is trying to learn the language, all by myself with primers, at a remote corner of the world in Korea. What a small world!

SCSaunders
07-13-2009, 01:24 PM
Thanks for sharing the info on learning Biblical Hebrew online. It is really great to hear the instructor’s voice for a guy like me who is trying to learn the language, all by myself with primers, at a remote corner of the world in Korea. What a small world!Glad it helped Yaku! I like hearing the instructor's voice too. Charles is very knowledgeable.

Keep up the good work in your "remote corner of the world in Korea"!