Miles Van Pelt
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- IN the video lecture, you say not to memorize all of the irregulars until they become a part of the vocabulary. You also stated that one should use the exercises in the workbook as a quiz to test one's knowledge. Furthermore, one cannot irregular entries in the lexicon. So then, how is it you ask a person to pluralize an irregular term which has yet to be taught?
- "Masculine plural nouns have the ַ֫יִם ending. Masculine dual nouns have the ַ֫יִם ending." I'm confused. It looks like you are saying here that both plural and dual in the masculine form have the same ending. But up above when you introduced the forms the masculine plural was just ים. So which is it?
- "if you were to search for the feminine plural תּוֹרוֹת, you would find it listed in its singular or lexical form, תּוֹרוֹת" Shouldn't the "singular or lexical form be תּוֹרָה rather than תּוֹרוֹת? Pratico, G. D., & Van Pelt, M. V. (2007). Basics of Biblical Hebrew: Grammar (Second Edition, p. 30). Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan.