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    Default Online Hebrew Materials

    Edit: The point of this thread was and remains twofold:
    (1) to provide "review" sites for those who've already had Hebrew training, but need to brush-up in order to get the most out of BW7 software.
    (2) For those who've never had Hebrew training, but would like to get some in order to get the most out of BW7 software.

    (3) I'm partial [prejudiced] toward multimedia sites.

    Stumbled across some Hebrew stuff today, while looking for ways that people have formatted their mechanical parsing charts.

    Here's a chart put out by pccb.org that you may find useful:http://www.pbcc.org/dc/hebrew/HebVerbCharts.pdf

    Here's a website with flash-based lessons that accompany "Introducing Biblical Hebrew" by Allen P. Ross. His was the first mechanical parsing chart that I ever did see. http://www.animatedhebrew.com/lectures/index.html

    You can play pong while waiting for some of his flash drilling software (i.e., his version of flash cards) - Animated Hebrew's homepage http://www.animatedhebrew.com/.

    His mechanical parsing document can be found on this page http://www.animatedhebrew.com/charts/index.html and it's entitled "Strong Verb Flow Chart."




    Last edited by SCSaunders; 08-13-2008 at 11:19 AM.

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    Default Thanks

    Thanks for those links. I used them (with credit to you for finding them) on my blog HERE.
    Mark G. Vitalis Hoffman
    Professor of Biblical Studies
    Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg
    ltsg.edu - CrossMarks.com
    Biblical Studies and Technological Tools

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGVH View Post
    Thanks for those links. I used them (with credit to you for finding them) on my blog HERE.
    Nice! The library of online Hebrew options that you have listed in your ever-expanding blog looks pretty sweet!

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    Nice links! fyi, Ralph Klein has a PDF on rules for analyzing Hebrew verbs online as well which some may find usefull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshua Luna View Post
    Nice links! fyi, Ralph Klein has a PDF on rules for analyzing Hebrew verbs online as well which some may find usefull.
    Thanks! Just downloaded it.

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    Default More Hebrew stuff

    Thanks, Joshua, for reminding me about Klein's stuff. I had forgotten the list of Hebrew study resources he provides. (From the menu on the left, use "Biblical Studies Misc" > "Hebrew") Quite a few PDF Hebrew Helps files of his own along with links to Vocabulary aids, Lexicons, Grammars, and more.
    Mark G. Vitalis Hoffman
    Professor of Biblical Studies
    Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg
    ltsg.edu - CrossMarks.com
    Biblical Studies and Technological Tools

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    Default AnimatedHebrew.com - Ross audio files

    FYI Animated Hebrew has added some audio files for the Ross IBH exercises.



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    Default Supplementary Videos

    I've benefited from hearing different folks speak on the same subject. Each has a unique way of getting the same concepts across. Even though one may be the "superior" or "primary" resource, the other is often complementary in a pedagogical way.

    After you have exhausted your primary Introduction to Biblical Hebrew learning resources, I think you will find these videos on Youtube of value.

    http://www.youtube.com/user/sigalit5030 - Sigalit5030

    http://www.youtube.com/user/Sigalzohar - SigalZohar

    I think her complementary lessons are pretty cool. JMHO.

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    Default Few More

    1. Daily Hebrew
    This site passes the litmus test because it recommends the following ...

    2. Word Scholars
    They have summary "modules" on John Dobson's "Learn Biblical Hebrew" ...

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    Default Elementary Hebrew - Concordia Seminary (iTunes U)



    Audio Course --> <<http://www.learnoutloud.com/Catalog/...y-Hebrew/23859>>

    Video course --> Follow Michael's quote from the link below ...
    iTunes has just made it easier to use a whole bunch of mp3's from my alma mater seminary (Concordia Seminary) which may be of interest to users here.

    there are two ways to navigate to it
    1. Open up iTunes and load the iTunes Store.
    2. Once store is loaded you should see a link within the iTunes store called "iTunes U" (it's right under iTunes Latino)
    3. Open up Concordia Seminary (under Universities which are in alphabetical order)

    -OR-

    Use the link found on this page to launch iTunes U.
    FYI --> <<http://www.bibleworks.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2562>>
    Link to other Concordia courses, which includes Elementary Greek.
    Last edited by SCSaunders; 08-12-2008 at 05:35 PM. Reason: Added Video link from Concordia's iTunes U

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