I'm looking for a good book on dikduk for strictly loshon hakodesh (for studying tanach and talmud) . Any suggestions? in english preferably


My preferance is ספר דקדוקי שי by הר' שמואל מנדלבוים.

It's in Hebrew and introduces you step-by-step to Loshon Hakodesh's grammar.

Full disclosure: The author is my brother's brother-in-law.

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  • Have you read it? It can't be very good if you still say "Loshon Hakodesh". – Double AA Mar 24 '15 at 15:02
  • @DoubleAA - read it a long time ago, and grammar was never my strong point. BTW: It's cumbersome to transliterate the yekkishe Chowlem. :-) – Danny Schoemann Mar 24 '15 at 15:08
  • Where is this book available for purchase? – daniel Jun 7 '15 at 21:58
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    @daniel - I asked my brother. His answer is: only from the author. The author can be reached at home in Jerusalem at (02)586-7913. FYI: R' Shmuli Mandelbaum speaks English. – Danny Schoemann Jun 8 '15 at 13:47

enter image description here Conact M. Guttman at Dikdukbooks@gmail.com for an extensive collection of Dikduk Books including Sefer Klalei Taamei Hamikra and others

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    Is it free or is this advertising? – kouty Nov 21 '16 at 21:16
  • @kouty Those two options aren't mutually exclusive | The OP didn't specify that books be free. || However, this doesn't specify any particular book as being recommended so it probably doesn't answer the question. – mevaqesh Nov 22 '16 at 1:12

A Practical Grammar for Classical Hebrew - Jaakov Wiengreen

I find it useful, but it will mostly help you with Tanach, Talmud takes longer time since include aramaic and mishnaic hebrew as well.

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