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This is a review of the second edition of van der Merwe, Naudé, and Kroeze's A Biblical Hebrew Reference Grammar. This grammar is an excellent tool for the student who has at least one year of Biblical Hebrew. The grammar is linguistically informed, bringing in some of the latest research from general linguistics. In most places, this linguistic sensitivity adds to a depth of insight and clarity that sets this work apart. However, there are places where the linguistic terminology add to greater confusion.
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