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domingo, 10 de agosto de 2008

A Reference Grammar of Modern Hebrew (Apresentação)

A Reference Grammar of Modern Hebrew provides a clearly structured and accessible guide to all aspects of contemporary Hebrew grammar.

Systematically organized, it presents the basic structures of the language, looking at grammatical categories, phrases, expressions, and the construction of clauses and sentences. Drawing on their extensive experience of teaching Hebrew to English-speaking students, the authors also provide a wide range of examples to illustrate each point, and introduce in a clear and accessible way the writing and pronunciation of the language, its punctuation rules, and its use in context. Wherever possible, equivalent Hebrew terminology is given to facilitate students’ use of Hebrew language textbooks. Specialized linguistic terminology is kept to a minimum, and verb and noun tables are provided as well as a comprehensive indexof terms, making this both a useful teaching resource and an easy-to-use reference tool for those wishing to look up specific details of the language.

Edna Amir Coffin is Professor Emerita of Hebrew Language and Literature at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, specializing in the areas of Hebrew language and literature and in the methodology of teaching. Her previous books include Lessons in Modern Hebrew (Level I 1977; Level II 1978), and Encounters in Modern Hebrew, volumes 1--3 (1992--6). She has published articles on a variety of topics in Hebrew language and literature.

Shmuel Bolosky is a Professor of Hebrew at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, specializing in Hebrew linguistics. He coordinates the Hebrew program there and teaches Hebrew at all levels. He is the author of Measuring Productivity in Word-Formation: The Case of Israeli Hebrew (1999) and 501 Hebrew Verbs (1996). He has published a number of chapters in books, mostly on Hebrew and Semitic languages, as well as articles in a broad range of journals.

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