From: Randall Buth (ButhFam@compuserve.com)
Date: Mon Aug 06 2001 - 17:38:56 EDT
One of my "ulpan" teachers this summer was a beginning student in the ulpan
two years ago. Now he is speaking Biblical Hebrew in class and teaching it
'living language' methodologies very nicely and fluently.
His morphology is 'internalized' and comes out automatically, (with the
of rare combination forms), He has a good handle on the pragmatics.
vocab level is around 4000+ (biblical). He enjoys reading Psalms and
Yesha`yahu. It is best rolled around in the mouth like a vintage red
and appreciated. OK, he is an exceptional student.
Just came back from a weekend in the Galilee where the class read
Psalm 29 on Hermon, (among some other prose texts elsewhere in the
Galil). The psalm on the mountain is especially fun for students to see a
poet tweek ba`alism between the lines. Plus a stunning view across
valleys/canyons on a quiet afternoon with a cool breeze.
>Hebrew is not
easy at all. Take you 30 years to master it.<
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