Chapter published in:
Language Contact, Continuity and Change in the Genesis of Modern Hebrew
Edited by Edit Doron, Malka Rappaport Hovav, Yael Reshef and Moshe Taube
[Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today 256] 2019
► pp. 117142
References

References

Primary sources

1818 = Ben-Zeev, Yehuda Leib. Talmud Lašon ʕivri. 4th edn. Vienna: Anton Schmidt.Google Scholar
Letter of the Vilna Gaon
= ʕalim li-Trufa: Igeret ha-Ramban ve-Gam Igeret šel Rabenu ha-Gaʔon Zal. Minsk 1836 < http://​rosetta​.nli​.org​.il​/delivery​/DeliveryManagerServlet​?dps​_pid​=IE12377353 > Google Scholar
Mivhar ha-Peninim = Ibn Gabirol, Solomon
. Sefer Mivħar ha-Peninim: Be-Melicat ha-Ħaxamim ha-qadmonim […] u-Musaram, be-Targum Rabi Yehuda ibn Tibon. Soncino 1484 < http://​web​.nli​.org​.il​/sites​/nli​/Hebrew​/library​/Pages​/BookReader​.aspx​?pid​=742268 > Google Scholar
Rowling
1998 = Rowling J. K.. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. Vancouver BC: Raincoast BooksGoogle Scholar
2000 = Rowling J. K. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (trans. Gili Bar-Hillel). Jerualem: Yediot Aharonot.Google Scholar
Sefer Hasidim
by Judah HeHasid = According to first printing, Bologna 1532 < http://​rosetta​.nli​.org​.il​/delivery​/DeliveryManagerServlet​?dps​_pid​=IE13127943 > Google Scholar
Will of Rabbi Mendel of Premishlan
= Sefer Darxey Yešarim: Ve-Hu Hanhagot Yešarot me-ha-Rav Rabi Mendel mi-Premišlan. Lvov 1864 < http://​hebrewbooks​.org​/3757 > Google Scholar
Will of Rabbi Michael Grosslait of Antipolia
= Cavaʔat Rabi Pinħas Mixael ha-Av Beit Din Qehilat Anṭipolya ʕim Haqdama u-Veʔur meʔet Talmido Rabi Ħayim ʔeliʕezer Nicberg, u-le-toʕelet ha-Rabim heʕetaqnu ʔet ha-Cavaʔa ba-Lašon ha-Meduberet. Pinsk 1911<http://​www​.hebrewbooks​.org​/36899 > Google Scholar
Will of Rabbi Mordechai of Chernobyl
= Sefer Birkat Ħayim u-Vo […] a. Hanhagot Yešarot me-ha-Rav Rabenu Menaxem Naxum mi-Černobil […]. Lublin 1890 < http://​www​.otzar​.org​/wotzar​/Book​.aspx​?12896 &> Google Scholar

Studies

Abrahams, Israel
1926Hebrew Ethical Wills. Philadelphia PA: Jewish Publication Society of America. < http://​www​.hebrewbooks​.org​/37713 > <http://​hebrewbooks​.org​/37714 > Google Scholar
Aikhenvald, Alexandra
2010Imperatives and commands. Oxford: OUP.Google Scholar
Ariel, Chanan
2014The predicative usage of the infinitive as indicative verb in the Dead Sea Scrolls. In Nitʕe Ilan: Studies in Hebrew and Related Fields Presented to Ilan Eldar, Moshe Bar-Asher & Irit Meir (eds), 29–49. Jerusalem: Carmel. (in Hebrew)Google Scholar
Avinery (Rabelsky), Yitzhak
1929/1930Darxey ha-lašon be-ʔerec Yisraʔel. Lešonenu 2: 287–306. (in Hebrew)Google Scholar
van der Auwera, Johan, Dobrushina, Nina, & Goussev, Valentin
2013Imperative-hortative systems. In The World Atlas of Language Structures Online, Matthew S. Dryer & Haspelmath Martin (eds). Leipzig: Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, < http://​wals​.info​/chapter​/72 > Google Scholar
Bar-Adon, Aaron
1959Children’s Hebrew in Israel. PhD dissertation, The Hebrew University in Jerusalem. (in Hebrew)Google Scholar
Barak, Smadar & Gadish, Ronit
2008Safa Qama: Selections from the Leshonenu la`am Column, Haaretz, 1932–1944. Jerusalem: The Academy of the Hebrew Language. (in Hebrew)Google Scholar
Bar-Asher, Moshe
2016 Leshonenu Rinna – Liturgical Studies: Language, Style, Content, Versions and Customs. Jerusalem: Rubin Mass & Yad ha-Rav Nissim. (in Hebrew)Google Scholar
Bergsträsser, Gotthelf
1929Hebräische Grammatik. Leipzig: F.C.W. Vogel.Google Scholar
Blau, Joshua
1980A Grammar of Mediaeval Judaeo-Arabic, 2nd edn. Jerusalem: Magnes Press. (in Hebrew)Google Scholar
1981The Renaissance of Modern Hebrew and Modern Standard Arabic: Parallels and Differences in the Revival of Two Semitic Languages. Berkeley: University of California Press. Google Scholar
Bolozky, Shmuel
1979On the new imperative in colloquial Hebrew. Hebrew Annual Review 3: 17–24.Google Scholar
2009Colloquial Hebrew imperatives revisited. Language Sciences 31: 136–143. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Brockelmann, Carl
1913Grundriss der Vergleichenden Grammatik der Semitischen Sprachen, Vol. 2: Syntax . Berlin: Reuther & Reichard.Google Scholar
Bybee, Joan, Perkins, Revere & Pagliuca, William
1994The Evolution of Grammar: Tense, Aspect, and Modality in the Languages of the World. Chicago IL: The University of Chicago Press.Google Scholar
Campbell, Lyle
2013Historical Linguistics: An Introduction. Edinburgh: EUP.Google Scholar
Cook, John A.
2012Time and the Biblical Hebrew Verb: The Expression of Tense, Aspect, and Modality in Biblical Hebrew [Linguistic Studies in Ancient West Semitic 7]. Winona Lake IN: Eisenbrauns.Google Scholar
Cohen, Ohad
2006Predicative uses of the infinitive construct leqaṭel in the Hebrew of the Second Temple period: The language of Esther and the Dead Sea Scrolls. Language Studies 10: 75–79. (in Hebrew)Google Scholar
Doron, Edit
2003Agency and voice: The semantics of the semitic templates. Natural Language Semantics 11: 1–67. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Cohen, Smadar
2016Person markers in Spoken Spontaneous Israeli Hebrew: A systematic description and analysis. PhD dissertation, University of Amsterdam.Google Scholar
Evans, Nicholas
2007Insubordination and its uses. In Finiteness: Theoretical and Empirical Foundations, Irina Nikolaeva (ed.), 366–431. Oxford: OUP.Google Scholar
Fassberg, Steven E.
2006Sequences of positive commands in Biblical Hebrew. In Biblical Hebrew in Its Northwest Semitic Setting: Typological and Historical Perspectives, Steven E. Fassberg & Hurvitz Avi (eds), 51–64. Jerusalem: Magnes & Winona Lake IN: Eisenbrauns.Google Scholar
Hall, Robert A. Jr.
1964Introductory Linguistics. Philadelphia PA: Chilton Books.Google Scholar
Hock, Hans Henrich & Joseph, Brian D.
1996Language History, Language Change, and Language Relationship: An Introduction to Historical and Comparative Linguistics [Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs (TiLSM) 218]. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.Google Scholar
Joosten, Jan
2012The Verbal System of Biblical Hebrew: A New Synthesis Elaborated on the Basis of Classical Prose [Jerusalem Biblical Studies 10]. Jerusalem: Simor.Google Scholar
Joüon, Paul & Muraoka, Takamitsu
2006A Grammar of Biblical Hebrew, 2nd edn. Rome: Pontifical Biblical Institute Press.Google Scholar
Kutscher, Eduard Yechezkel
1982A History of the Hebrew Language, Raphael Kutscher (ed.). Jerusalem & Leiden: Magnes & E. J. Brill.Google Scholar
Lipiński, Edward
2001The Semitic Languages: Outline of a Comparative Grammar [Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 80], 2nd edn. Leuven: Peeters.Google Scholar
Lyons, John
1977Semantics 2 Vols. Cambridge: CUP.Google Scholar
Mor, Uri
2015Judean Hebrew: The Language of the Hebrew Documents from Judea between the First and the Second Revolts [Sources and Studies 14]. Jerusalem: The Academy of the Hebrew Language. (in Hebrew)Google Scholar
Notarius, Tania
2017The second-person non-negated jussive in Biblical Hebrew and Ancient Northwest Semitic. In Biblical Hebrew Linguistics: Selected Studies, Adina Moshavi & Notarius Tania (eds), 105–128. Winona Lake IN: Eisenbrauns.Google Scholar
Palmer, Frank Robert
2001Mood and Modality, 2nd edn. Cambridge: CUP. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Peretz, Yitzhak
1962ʕivrit ka-Halaxa. Tel Aviv: Shreberk. (in Hebrew)Google Scholar
Qimron, Elisha
1981The particles di, še, ʔašer introducing a main clause in Hebrew and Aramaic. Lešonenu 46: 27–38. (in Hebrew)Google Scholar
1983The negative particle ʕal in our ancient sources. In Hebrew Language Studies Presented to Professor Zeev Ben-Hayyim, Moshe Bar-Asher Aron Dotan, Gad Sarafatti & David Tene (eds), 473–482. Jerusalem: Magnes.Google Scholar
1986The Hebrew of the Dead Sea Scrolls [Harvard Semitic Studies 29]. Atlanta GA: Scholars Press.Google Scholar
Reshef, Yael
2016Hebrew in the Mandate Period. Jerusalem: The Academy of the Hebrew Language. (in Hebrew)Google Scholar
Rosén, Haiim B.
1977Contemporary Hebrew [Trends in Linguistics. State-of-the-Art Reports 11]. The Hague: Mouton. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Schwarzwald (Rodrigue), Ora & Shlomo, Sigal
2015Modern Hebrew še- and Judeo-Spanish ke- (que-) in independent modal constructions. In Language Contact and the Development of Modern Hebrew[Studies in Semitic Languages and Linguistics 84], Edit Doron (ed.), 87–100. Leiden: Brill. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Shulman, Ahuva
2001Imperative and second person indicative forms in Biblical Hebrew prose. Hebrew Studies 4(2): 271–287. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Ultan, R.
1978The nature of future tenses. Universals of Human Language 3: 83–123.Google Scholar
Wright, W.
1896A Grammar of the Arabic Language, 3rd edn. Cambridge: CUP.Google Scholar