this site are notes from a graduate Biblical Hebrew Level I class taught by Dr. David
Wallace. The main text used in this site is Page H. Kelley's Biblical Hebrew: An
Introductory Grammar. At times reference will be made to Kelley, this is the
primary work that is being noted.
A Handbook to Biblical Hebrew : An Introductory Grammar has
also been useful in preparing this site. The advanced Hebrew
student may also find Choon L. Seow's
A Grammar for Biblical Hebrew Second Edition to be of
use. A fair warning is given that this site refers little to Seow.
are two tools no Hebrew student should be without. One is his or
her Hebrew Text. The text used on this site is from the Biblia
The apparatus alone in the text is worth your review. Also, The Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon,
also known as the BDB,
is an invaluable resource.
are claims made that this site is a comprehensive study of Biblical Hebrew or a
duplication of Kelley or Wallace's work. It is simply the wish of the creator of
this site that you benefit from these notes as you study Biblical Hebrew especially when
using Kelley's grammar. Feel free to print these lessons and use them. It is
asked that you cite Kelley and this web site appropriately if you quote from these notes.
are broken down into lessons. There are thirty-one lessons in all. Each lesson is
interactive, containing notes, quizzes and exercises. To select a lesson's
contents, first select a lesson number then choose Notes, Vocabulary
Quiz, or Exercises and then click Go. Please note that the
addition of exercises is a work in progress and is not yet completed.