Due to my boundless love (chesed) for my Hebrew students I decided to start another website. It is called One Proverb a Day and it is found here.
The intention is to provide 366 proverbs in Hebrew for students to read and memorize [YES – memorize!]. Also – I will provide notes on grammar and pronunciation, and some basic comments on the content (mostly based on Waltke and Bridges).
Because I do not know how to deal with the Hebrew well (help anyone?) in wordpress, all the files will be available for download in PDF form. Those versions should be much better than what appears in the wordpress website!
Please let me know if you have any questions or comments, and if you would like to contribute to this project!
I still have not found a good grammer for the Septuagint (LXX). The only ones I know of (see here) are very old.
However – you may want to take a look at the handouts of my former professor Albert Pietersma. They seem to be based on the NT grammar of Goetchius.
I think you will find the handouts very useful.