The selfstudyhebrew list is dedicated to the collaborative
self-study of Hebrew (biblical, rabbinic, modern). There are
usually several active groups working concurrently, and new groups
may start up at any time.
The groups work by each participant reading the assigned material
for a given week and emailing their translations to the respective
group facilitator. The facilitator collates all the translations
and posts them to the list. Participants get to compare their
answers to everyone else's, ask question, make comments, etc..
An email with detailed information about the current groups (including the facilitator's name and email address and upcoming due dates) is normally sent out on Sundays. To join any of the groups listed, you only need to subscribe to
the Yahoo group and have one of the textbooks. You may join
a group even if it already in progress. For more information about an existing group (or to see about starting a new one) please post a query
to the list (by sending an email to email@example.com), or email a group facilitator off list.
Please note that this is a heterogeneous group and posts should
be limited to issues relating to Hebrew language only.
Also, any missionary activity -- on or off list -- is strictly prohibited
and will result in immediate expulsion.
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