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Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things
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Ivrit Express 2: Equating Things

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A brief lesson on how to make “this is that” sentences in Biblical Hebrew. Learn by example, then delve into the underlying grammar!

A brief lesson on how to make “this is that” sentences in Biblical Hebrew. Learn by example, then delve into the underlying grammar!

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  • 1. ‫עברית‬EXPRESS Lesson 2: Equating Things
  • 2. The Ivrit Express series presents compact lessons in Biblical (not Modern) Hebrew grammar. It aims to reinforce (not replace) your classroom experiences.
  • 3. This lesson introduces the basics of equating two things in very simple sentences.
  • 4. Sit back and relax as you advance through the next few slides.
  • 5. ‫ִישׁ‬‫א‬
  • 6. ‫ִבּוֹר‬‫גּ‬
  • 7. ‫ִבּוֹר‬‫גּ‬ ‫ִישׁ‬‫א‬ָ‫ה‬ =
  • 8. ‫ִבּוֹר‬‫גּ‬ ‫ִישׁ הוּא‬‫א‬ָ‫ה‬ =
  • 9. 3 ‫ִבּוֹר‬‫גּ‬ ‫ִישׁ‬‫א‬ָ‫ה‬ 2 1 = ←←
  • 10. 3 ‫ִבּוֹר‬‫גּ‬ ‫ִישׁ הוּא‬‫א‬ָ‫ה‬ 2 1 = ←←
  • 11. 3 ‫ִבּוֹר‬‫גּ‬ ‫-ה‬‫י‬ְ‫ה‬/‫י‬ ‫ֶד‬‫ל‬ֶ‫יּ‬ַ‫ה‬ 2 1 = ←←
  • 12. 3 ‫ֶד‬‫ל‬-‫י‬ ‫5ה‬‫י‬ָ‫ה‬ ‫ִבּוֹר‬‫גּ‬ַ‫ה‬ 2 1 = ←←
  • 13. 3 ‫ָ7ן‬‫ז‬ ‫-ה‬‫י‬ְ‫ה‬/‫י‬ ‫ִבּוֹר‬‫גּ‬ַ‫ה‬ 2 1 = ←←
  • 14. 3 ‫ִבּוֹר‬‫גּ‬ ‫5ה‬‫י‬ָ‫ה‬ ‫ָ7ן‬‫זּ‬ַ‫ה‬ 2 1 = ←←
  • 15. ‫ָה‬‫שּׁ‬ִ‫א‬
  • 16. ‫ָה‬‫ע‬<
  • 17. ‫ָה‬‫ע‬< ‫ָה‬‫שּׁ‬ִ‫א‬ָ‫ה‬ =
  • 18. ‫ָה‬‫ע‬< ‫ִיא‬‫ה‬ ‫ָה‬‫שּׁ‬ִ‫א‬ָ‫ה‬ =
  • 19. 13 ‫ָה‬‫ע‬< ‫ָה‬‫שּׁ‬ִ‫א‬ָ‫ה‬ 2 = ←←
  • 20. 13 ‫ָה‬‫ע‬< ‫ִיא‬‫ה‬ ‫ָה‬‫שּׁ‬ִ‫א‬ָ‫ה‬ 2 = ←←
  • 21. 13 ‫ָה‬‫ע‬< ‫-ה‬‫י‬ְ‫ה‬ִ‫תּ‬ ‫ָה‬‫דּ‬ְ‫ל‬ַ‫יּ‬ַ‫ה‬ 2 = ←←
  • 22. 13 ‫ָה‬‫דּ‬ְ‫ל‬?‫י‬ ‫@ה‬‫ת‬B‫י‬ָ‫ה‬ ‫ָה‬‫ע‬<ָ‫ה‬ 2 = ←←
  • 23. 3 ← 1 ‫5ה‬‫נ‬7ְ‫ז‬ ‫-ה‬‫י‬ְ‫ה‬ִ‫תּ‬ ‫ָה‬‫ע‬<ָ‫ה‬ 2 = ←
  • 24. 3 ← 1 ‫ָה‬‫ע‬< ‫@ה‬‫ת‬B‫י‬ָ‫ה‬ ‫5ה‬‫נ‬7ְ‫זּ‬ַ‫ה‬ 2 = ←
  • 25. I recommend that you go through the foregoing picture slides at least three times before advancing to the grammatical discussion.
  • 26. In the picture examples, you learned that there are basically three ways to equate a subject and predicate in Biblical Hebrew.
  • 27. First, you can just set the subject and predicate side- by-side, so ‫ִבּוֹר‬‫גּ‬ ‫ִישׁ‬‫א‬ָ‫ה‬ means “the man is a mighty warrior.”
  • 28. Second, you can connect the two nouns with the corresponding subject pronoun. Thus you can say ‫ִבּוֹר‬‫גּ‬ ‫ִישׁ הוּא‬‫א‬ָ‫ה‬ for “the man is a mighty warrior” or ‫ָה‬‫ע‬< ‫ִיא‬‫ה‬ ‫ָה‬‫שּׁ‬ִ‫א‬ָ‫ה‬ for “the woman is a shepherd.”
  • 29. So ‫ִבּוֹר‬‫גּ‬ ‫ִישׁ‬‫א‬ָ‫ה‬ and ‫ִבּוֹר‬‫גּ‬ ‫ִישׁ הוּא‬‫א‬ָ‫ה‬ both mean “the man is a mighty warrior.”
  • 30. The context might prompt you to take ‫ִבּוֹר‬‫גּ‬ ‫ִישׁ‬‫א‬ָ‫ה‬ or ‫ִבּוֹר‬‫גּ‬ ‫ִישׁ הוּא‬‫א‬ָ‫ה‬ as present, past, or future.
  • 31. But if you want to make the time referent clearer, you can use the being verb to specify, as in ‫ִבּוֹר‬‫גּ‬ ‫-ה‬‫י‬ְ‫ה‬/‫י‬ ‫ֶד‬‫ל‬-‫י‬ַ‫ה‬ or ‫ָה‬‫דּ‬ְ‫ל‬?‫י‬ ‫@ה‬‫ת‬B‫י‬ָ‫ה‬ ‫ָה‬‫ע‬<ָ‫ה‬.
  • 32. CREDITS Scripted and narrated by Dr. Chris Heard, Pepperdine University Partially funded by a Pepperdine University Faculty Innovation in Teaching and Learning Grant Artwork licensed via iStockphoto

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