don't do justice to this beautiful new "Interlinear" concept. So look at
the sample page below.
Read. Recite. Pray. Understand the words - and the flow.
How much did you have to move your eye to look at the translation?
Not a bit!
How long did it take you to find the the translation? No time at all!
Did it interfere with your concentration? No - it improved it!
Comprehension seeps in as you pray.
The great difficulty in this kind of treatment is reading Hebrew from
right to left, and English from left to right. How to keep the eye from
wandering in both directions and falling prey to confusion?
Look at the page again. The arrows unobtrusively direct your eye in
the right direction. It's a tested, patent-pending method - and it works!
But the syntax of Hebrew and English are different. Won't the
sentences sometimes be incomprehensible? That's where the skill of the
editors comes in. The comprehension is there. And wherever necessary, the
commentary explains the flow of the verse.
In addition, the commentary does what you expect an ArtScroll
commentary to do: it explains and clarifies.
This new Schottenstein Interlinear Series will elevate the standards
of prayer for countless Jew for generations to come.