Schubert wrote:I learned Biblical Hebrew (to the extent I know anything about it) using Practico-Van Pelt's Basics of Biblical Hebrew, together with its separate exercise book. One reason I liked Practico is that it is clearly laid out and the font size is relatively large.
However, I'm sorely tempted to purchase A Biblical Hebrew Reference Grammar. I've had a good look on Amazon at the inside contents of the book and think it would be of considerable assistance. At the moment my reference grammar is Gesenius.
I also use Gesenius for reference (as does the rest of the world, I think). LOL
I'm SOOOO tempted to pick up that reference grammar, too. I just don't know if I can justify the cost of the book by its value. I think I'll take another look.
I almost clicked "purchase" last night on the Tyndale House Greek New Testament, and I really had to fight myself away from the click. I already have too many Greek New Testaments. Why do I need another?!?! I have NA27, UBS4 and the Textus Receptus. I can't justify getting another one... Then again, I have like ten Hebrew Bibles, including one New Testament in Hebrew. Gotta stop spending money on books!