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The Phonetics Of Modern Hebrew

Author : M. J. Chayen
ISBN : 9783111356044
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The Phonetics Of Modern Hebrew

Author : Moše Yirmyāhû Ḥēn
ISBN : OCLC:630839421
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The Phonetics Of Modern Hebrew

Author : Moshe Chayen
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The Phonetics Of Modern Hebrew

Author : Moshe Yirmeyahu Chayen
ISBN : OCLC:814429
Genre : Hebrew language
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The Phonetics Of Modern Israeli Hebrew

Author : A. J. Marbe
ISBN : OCLC:768070363
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The Phonetics Of Modern Hebrew

Author : M. J. Chayen
ISBN : 9027925003
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The Phonetics And Phonology Of Onset Clusters The Case Of Modern Hebrew

Author : Rina Kreitman
ISBN : 0549601953
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In the second part, I present an acoustic phonetic study of word initial clusters with different laryngeal specifications in Modern Hebrew. I show that all four types of voicing clusters are realized phonetically. I further show that voicelessness is not always an underlying target, but can be a result of voicing failure in an unfavorable phonetic context.

Tiberian Hebrew Phonology

Author : Joseph L. Malone
ISBN : 0931464757
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This impressive study analyzes the form of biblical Hebrew that was canonized by the Masoretes, Jewish religious and language scholars who were centered in Tiberias in the late first millennium C.E. The grammatical system of the Masoretes is the key to understanding the Hebrew Bible, and yet because of its tremendous complexity, the system has often been neglected. This study of Tiberian Hebrew phonology is a valuable contribution toward a fuller understanding of Masoretic grammar. The sound system of biblical Hebrew is quite distinct from that of modern Hebrew and is the most elaborate of all the attested Semitic languages. Dr. Malone's thorough analysis describes this sound system in light of both recent linguistic study (generative phonology) and his own far-ranging work on other Semitic languages. The results of his work are stated in the form of phonological rules that will assist the biblical Hebrew scholar in understanding phonology and its impact on Hebrew grammar. The reader will find much value in the elaborate charts and diagrams throughout the book, especially chapter 10, which illustrates the derivations of the first twenty verses of the Book of Genesis, and chapter 12, which presents an inventory of Tiberian Hebrew words and phrases of particular interest. A glossary and bibliography complete the book.

Modern Hebrew Phonology

Author : Sandra M. Storm
ISBN : WISC:89006151344
Genre : Hebrew language
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Hebrew Pronunciation Accents

Author : Luciano Canepari
ISBN : 3862889254
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Categorical Limitations On Rules In The Phonology Of Modern Hebrew

Author : Shmuel Bolozky
ISBN : IND:30000007100435
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Phonology And Morphology Of Biblical Hebrew

Author : Joshua Blau
ISBN : 9781575066011
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More than 80 years have passed since Bauer and Leander’s historical grammar of Biblical Hebrew was published, and many advances in comparative historical grammar have been made during the interim. Joshua Blau, who has for much of his life been associated with the Academy of the Hebrew Language in Jerusalem, has during the past half century studied, collected data, and written frequently on various aspects of the Hebrew language. Phonology and Morphology of Biblical Hebrew had its origins in an introduction to Biblical Hebrew first written some 40 years ago; it has now been translated from Modern Hebrew, thoroughly revised and updated, and it distills a lifetime of knowledge of the topic. The book begins with a 60-page introduction that locates Biblical Hebrew in the Semitic family of languages. It then discusses various approaches to categorization and classification, introduces and discusses various linguistic approaches and features that are necessary to the discussion, and provides a background to the way that linguists approach a language such as Biblical Hebrew—all of which will be useful to students who have taken first-year Hebrew as well those who have studied Biblical Hebrew extensively but have not been introduced to linguistic study of the topic. After a brief discussion of phonetics, the main portion of the book is devoted to phonology and to morphology. In the section on phonology, Blau provides complete coverage of the consonant and vowel systems of Biblical Hebrew and of the factors that have affected both systems. In the section on morphology, he discusses the parts of speech (pronouns, verbs, nouns, numerals) and includes brief comments on the prepositions and waw. The historical processes affecting each feature are explained as Blau progresses through the various sections. The book concludes with a complete set of paradigms and extensive indexes. Blau’s recognized preeminence as a Hebraist and Arabist as well as his understanding of language change have converged in the production of this volume to provide an invaluable tool for the comparative and historical study of Biblical Hebrew phonology and morphology.

Modern Hebrew

Author : Ora Schwarzwald
ISBN : UOM:39015050730079
Genre : Hebrew language
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"The revival of Hebrew in Israel during the last century is a unique phenomenon: a language used for over 1700 years by Jews around the world solely in liturgy or writing came alive as a spoken, everyday language used for all purposes. Although those spearheading the movement to revive Hebrew tried to impose the norms of classical Hebrew on the rapidity evolving language, they were, in many respects, unsuccessful in this effort. Adapting to the circumstances in which it was used, Modern Hebrew developed independently, reflecting the previous linguistic background of the speakers, foreign influences and natural linguistic evolution. Modern Hebrew has taken its own unique course as revealed through its phonology, morphology, syntax, and lexical structure. This book examines the unique features of this dynamic language." -- Book cover.

The Grammar Of Modern Hebrew

Author : Lewis Glinert
ISBN : 0521611881
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A reference book on Modern Hebrew morphology and syntax, this describes the language as it is really spoken and written in Israel today. The author pays particular attention to functional distinctions, giving equal weight to colloquial and formal usage.

Usage Based Studies In Modern Hebrew

Author : Ruth A. Berman
ISBN : 9789027262066
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The goal of the volume is to shed fresh light on Modern Hebrew from perspectives aimed at readers interested in the domains of general linguistics, typology, and Semitic studies. Starting with chapters that provide background information on the evolution and sociolinguistic setting of the language, the bulk of the book is devoted to usage-based studies of the morphology, lexicon, and syntax of current Hebrew. Based primarily on original analyses of authentic spoken and online materials, these studies reflect varied theoretical frames-of-reference that are largely model-neutral in approach. To this end, the book presents a functionally motivated, dynamic approach to actual usage, rather than providing strictly structuralist or formal characterizations of particular linguistic systems. Such a perspective is particularly important in the case of a language undergoing accelerated processes of change, in which the gap between prescriptive dictates of the Hebrew Language Establishment and the actual usage of educated, literate but non-expert speaker-writers of current Hebrew is constantly on the rise.

Paradigm Coherence

Author : Bolozky-Devens
ISBN : 0890039194
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The Phonetic Structure Of Modern Israeli Hebrew

Author : Patricia Ellen Bergum
ISBN : OCLC:48116210
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Proceedings Of The Seventh International Congress Of Phonetic Sciences Actes Du Septi?me Congr?s International Des Sciences Phon?tiques

Author : André Rigault
ISBN : 9783110814750
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Messianic Aleph Tav Interlinear Scriptures Volume One The Torah Paleo And Modern Hebrew Phonetic Translation English Red Letter Edition Study Bible

Author : William H. Sanford
ISBN : 1771432020
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The "Messianic Aleph Tav Interlinear Scriptures" (MATIS) is the most unique Interlinear Study Bible of its kind in the world. MATIS is the first true Interlinear Study Bible to combine both the Paleo and the Babylonian Block Hebrew with a distinctive Hebrew translation for each word. The purpose of MATIS is to provide a Study Bible whereby each Hebrew word and its letters could be studied to obtain a deeper understanding of what the originators were trying to express. Charts are provided in the back of MATIS that break down both the potential meanings of the Hebrew letters and the Hebrew letter code used to translate the Hebrew. MATIS also incorporates the popular Strong's numbering system for each word in the interlinear section with a complete Strong's Hebrew Dictionary to provide for more in depth study. MATIS English translation began with the public domain version of the 1987 KJV and removed all the old English for easier reading. All English words originally used in the KJV for deities have also been replaced with their original Hebrew words. MATIS is also unique in regard to the Hebrew verses running in sequence from left to right with the English while the Hebrew individual words are written from right to left as originally written by the Sages for thousands of years. The word order the Hebrew verses are written is the exact order they were written originally except in reverse, which allows the verses to run parallel with the English. This combination is also unique and makes it easier for beginners to study the Hebrew language in comparison to both the Hebrew and English translations. The First Volume of MATIS is the TORAH with additional MATIS volumes being, volume two the WRITINGS, volume three the PROPHETS and volume four the B'rit Chadashah (New Testament). MATIS also furthers the journey of the study of the Aleph/Tav character symbol by revealing thousands of words that originally incorporate this symbol in Paleo Hebrew, and apparently for good reason! MATIS is truly the perfect gift for the believer who is interested in studying Hebrew and desires to analyze each Hebrew word and the meaning of each Hebrew letter in the original Hebrew text in order to obtain a deeper understanding of what the originators, as well as our creator was trying to express in the Hebrew language. MATIS comes in your choice of either Red Letter or Bold Black 8.5x11 editions. About the Author William H. Sanford is a licensed Minister of Bet Ami, a Messianic Congregation in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and has been studying and preaching the gospel for over 40 years. William has several videos about "The Messianic Aleph Tav Scriptures" (MATS) on YouTube, and he may be contacted through his website www.AlephTavScriptures.com or on Facebook at Aleph Tav Scriptures.

? ? Hebrew Reader

Author : מגנוס כרנסכי
ISBN : OCLC:891809348
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