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Biblical Hebrew, A Basic Introduction to, by Jo Ann Hackett

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Seeing as I have had no (vocal) interest from outside of my school, I have restructured the decks to match the course I take better. This means that since we finish Hackett early in the second semester, there is additional vocab from outside of Hackett - frequent OT vocab found in Jonah and in Genesis 27-9. Continuing on in the deck Hebrew Beyond are vocab found in Meek and Osborne's Starter list, adapted and added as unique cards with author modifications and additional material from other Lexica - BDB and Holladay. I have used some audio and pictures from Picture Hebrew, but no full chapter or deck. Biblical Hebrew deck with 'Living' elements - picture and audio Pronunciation is modern Hebrew, varying slightly from Jo Ann Hackett in a few places. Key Features: * Every vocab word from Hackett included * Picture -> Hebrew and Hebrew -> Picture cards * Audio recordings - mostly by Allen Ross from his grammar * Irregular forms quizzed - mostly Heb. F.Sg nouns prompting you to recall their gender and M.Pl nouns which take Fem. endings asking for gender * "Fresh updates" - all lexical form verbs have their glosses changed to match Qal Suffix meaning - he.. {en. Simple Past}d; Niphals are 'he was <killed>', Hiphils are "he caused X to.." et. al. Some semicolon and comma changes from Dr. Lecturer himself. Other features: * Some of my own audio recordings (some good, some bad) * Transliteration for easy sorting and searching * Extensive tagging system for splitting up deck, working on neglected areas * Prompts to practice paradigms * Prompts to provide multiple meanings for words and declensions that require (i.e. "parse both options for tiśmornah", or 'et/et-') Pronunciation variations: Hireq is pronounced [i], Qibbuts is pronounced [u] - the same as shureq, Waw diphthongs are ignored; Tsere and tsere-yod are pronounced [ε] - the same as seghol vowels (some audio is from Allen Ross which can pronouce [e] at times; he also pays no attention to stress and trills his reshes. Audio from Aleph with Beth and Picture Hebrew preferred.) tagging: base category is vocab words and don't have a 'heb' tag. Other or misc words need a category_subcategory tag, such as heb_grammar. Simple tags: noun, adjective, noun_masculine, conjunction, adjective, pronoun, pronoun_personal Audio tagging: source is noted, and audio_wr implies that I believe the audio isn't perfect, but is useful enough, I scale from audio_wr_style - where stylistically isn't perfect, such as /r/ or /ɹ/ for a 'resh' to audio_wr_minor where it is more objectively wrong, such as incorrect syllabification/ accentuation. Transliterations are done very carefully, with the complex one based on Hackett's and the "simple" being simplified variant of Hackett. Sort field is set to the 'simple transliteration' to play nicely with both searching and alphabetical order. Simple transliteration is latin only characters, at the cost of accuracy. Vowels suffer the most and syllabication is ignored. Vowels: Sheva is usually marked with a ' . hireq uses "i", qamats segol uses 'a'; qamats qatan uses 'o'. Consonants: Glottal stops are usually ignored except where they are easily distinguished to an English speaker: between two vowel sounds, and as the last sound in a word. As Anki doesn't dislpay html in sort field, I've elected for baged kaphet letters to maintain their most useful transliteration, such as 'b̲' for vet [v] with a dagesh forte. However since the display field is html, you will still find formatted underlines on applicable characters, such as k̲ for 'ḵaph'. Where ambigious and HTML support is limited, "soft pronunciations" such as kh and ch are used in brackets. With shin and sin, I use 's'; with 'shin', s̲ being underlined, BeGeD KaFeT letters without a change in pronunciation are usually marked with a Macron Below, but not a high priority. 'tet' is marked with a dot below, ṭ, and simply italicized for simple transliteration (regular and with a macron below is ṯaf) 'kof' or 'qof' is transliterated as "q" for historical/phonenian root/convenience. 'jod' or 'yodh' is transliterated as "j" for international convenience; obvious to most students since hebrew doesn't have any dental/fricative "jey" sound. Acknowledgements: audio with the tag audio-author are by me, Joshua, and are published under a CC0 license (public domain): you may use for any purpose, including commercial, without permission or acknowledgement. Modifications used with permission from lecturer. audio cards with the audio-ross tag are from Allen Ross Biblical Hebrew. Contact the source for feedback or takedown notices. You can find the shared deck I took here: Shared deck: https://ankiweb.net/shared/info/643009011 picture cards with the picture-GCTS tag are from the decks by Quizlet user GCTS-Hebrew, https://quizlet.com/GCTS-Hebrew , he has some Flickr attribution for his images and I have tried to maintain those where possible. The rest of the images appear to be shared publicly by him: pictures will generally have a link toward where they were obtained. audio with tag audio-ph is from picture hebrew, and pictures with picture-ph Please contact the original author if you believe your rights have been violated, and when I will take your claim seriously. Copyright (C) Joshua Miller 2020, You may edit, reuse, and redistribute as you wish according to it's license: Creative Commons, Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International, full terms of the license can be found here, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 If you are an intellectual property holder and believe your rights have been violated, please see email me at JoshuaMiller (at) OzMillers (dot) com , providing a with a link to the offending content, and a link to your site, book or other original content that the material has been taken from. If you are writing on behalf of another, you must have the authority to act on their behalf.

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Hebrew עֶ֫בֶד
English servant, slave
3 transliteration 'ebeḏ
4 translit-simple ebed
5 sound [non-mp3 audio]
6 hebrew-unpointed עבד
7heb-etymology
Tags audio-ross ch08 heb-hackett noun noun-masculine
Hebrew אָמַר
English he said
3 transliteration .āmar
4 translit-simple amar
5 sound
6pic
7wordclass verb
8image-attribution https://quizlet.com/237887082/hackett-ch-13-flash-cards/
9pic-invert
6 hebrew-unpointed אמר
11exampleHeb
12exampleSound
Tags audio-ph ch13 heb-hackett picture-edited picture-GCTS picture-invert wip-has-invert
Hebrew גִּלְעָד
English Gilead
3 transliteration
4 translit-simple gil.ad
5 sound
6 hebrew-unpointed גלד
7wordclass noun
Tags audio-none heb-HITS heb_book_chapter_gen37 heb_book_genesis noun PlaceNames proper_nouns

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