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Syntactical Comparisons Between Classical Hebrew and Classical Arabic: A Study Based on the Translation of Mohammad CId's Arabic GrammarBy: Ihab Joseph Griess (author)Hardback
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DescriptionThis title introduces the reader to the different grammatical schools of Arabic, including the resurgence of 'Judaeo-Arabic' - traditional Hebrew grammar based on Arabic paradigms. This work includes a translation of Mohammad cId's standard Arabic Grammar which introduces the reader to the main divisions of Arabic grammar as taught by Semitic scholars and native experts. Hebrew parallels and explanatory comments have been aligned wherever applicable. Also included in this title is a section focusing on topics directly related to Hebrew syntax; significantly helpful in better understanding the ornamentation of Biblical Hebrew.
- publication date: 01/01/2008
- ISBN13: 9780773450134
- Format: Hardback
- Number Of Pages: 330
- ID: 9780773450134
- ISBN10: 0773450130
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