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Where can I learn Biblical Hebrew?

Dr. Bill Barrick, formerly of The Master's Seminary, offers his Biblical Hebrew course completely free of charge, including the workbooks needed. His is the only one I can fully recommend that is free and academic in nature. His style of delivery is light and, at times, amusing. You can find out more at:Hebrew Grammar I

How do you learn to write Biblical Hebrew?

Learning the alphabet, constructing words, adding points, reading and constructing sentences with the correct grammar - I’m afraid one has to go to take a course in an academic / religious institute that offers such a course. Luckily, some such courses were uploaded to youtube! Yay 21st century! Beginner series with young, not-fast talking Mark Jacob and Grammar with one Dr. Bill Barrick - very knowledgeable - are the ones I saw. Both series come from Christian religious institutes, but the classes are professional and depict no prayer or proselytizing - it’s business only.As for really writing - composing new, quality texts in Biblical Hebrew grammar and style - well, as Adam Booth says, it’s a feat that’l take great effort and a lot of learning - especially if one wants to write with high poetic and linguistic versatility similar to the original. It is like asking if it’d be easy to learn to write like Shakespeare or Byron: anyone can sprinkle the odd ‘thou’ and ‘thee’ every other word - but that will hardly constitute anything remotely Shakespeare-like. A caricature at best. It takes more than that: the language is only a part of it: the poetic style, the literary devices and the extreme conciseness of the text make the style something like Haiku combined with poetry: one needs to think and re-think every word, how to compose them to sentences, a rather long and thought intensive process even for people fluent in reading the language.In Israel we sometimes see feeble attempts of writing in “Biblical Hebrew” style, but the results almost always pale in comparison to the original - this is because (IMO) of bad understanding (if not ignorance) modern Hebrew speakers have of the correct use (or lack thereof) of “tenses” and other subtleties regarding Biblical Hebrew - modern Hebrew mangles the old forms quite a lot, and a lot of confusion and mixups arise when trying to read the old text with the new Hebrew grammar.As an anecdote, Israel’s biggest leftish newspaper Haaretz has been running a weekly column for some time now in its weekend editions that tries to sum up the weeks’ current events in emulated Biblical Hebrew: it gets interesting when switching abruptly from modern to biblical to slang and back again - the mere effect it creates is very funny - but apart from that, I find it is a very poor emulation. (Regardless of content)

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