אַשְׂכִּילָה בְּדֶרֶךְ תָּמִים
posted by A Simple Jew @ 4:31 AM
I too have started using the Interlinear Chumash - I bought Bereshit, Vayikra, and now Bamidbar. I find it is the only way (for now) that I can get through the entire parsha in Hebrew during the week and still have a chance of understanding what I am saying without having to separately find time to read the English. I also bring it to shul and by following it along with the reader I find I get much more out of the Torah reading. I have been using the interlinear siddur since it came out, and also the machorizm make a huge difference, especially on YK. I also saw your post on interlinear Tehillim. I use that too but sometimes I find that the Feldheim edition with the nice blue leatherette cover "reads" better for me even though I don't understand what I am saying (yet). I strive to get the two-tone Yerushalayim leather interlinear edition to combine the best of both "worlds" - but that costs alot of money....Thanks for sharing and allowing me to share ....
Thanks for your comment, Steve. Yes, I also use the Interliner Tehillim as well and it has really helped me improve my understanding and increase my vocabulary.
¿Y en español cuándo?Me encantaría poder enfrascarme en un estudio así.Saludos desde chile, de parte de otro Simple Jew,Alberto.
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