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Old Testament Hebrew Vocabulary

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Narrated by: Jonathan T. Pennington
Length: 2 hrs and 10 mins
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This audio product enable a person who is taking biblical Hebrew to work on, by ear as well as through the eyes, all vocabulary words that occur in the Old Testament 20 times or more and all the names of people in the Old Testament that occur 100 times or more. Read by Jonathan T. Pennington.

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©2003 Jonathan T. Pennington (P)2003 The Zondervan Corporation

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Excellent Aid

I find this is an excellent aid for students of Hebrew. The definitions and pronounciations are spot on. Piel and Hifil verbs are identified. I've been studying Hebrew for about a year and wish I had seen this sooner. It will take months off my studies. As a stand alone study it should be combined with other aids for better understanding.

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Very Useful but I need the book.

This is excellent. I just wish the book were on Kindle so I could refer to it.

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Excellent resource

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I'm reading the Hebrew Bible this year and this audiobook has been very helpful. I listened to the first half several times to get the words occurring 100 times or more under my belt. This really goes a long way in your reading. I'm pretty far into the Bible now and I listen to the first half about once a week to keep it fresh. Repetition is key. Just listen to that vocabulary over and over. Combine that with actual reading and it will stick in your head.

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