Modern Hebrew Verb Conjugation
In Modern Hebrew, verbs are conjugated to reflect their tense and mood, as well as to agree with their subjects in gender, number, and person. Each verb has an inherent voice, though a verb in one voice typically has counterparts in other voices.
Read more about Modern Hebrew Verb Conjugation: Classification of Roots, The Binyanim, Present Tense, Past Tense, Future Tense, Imperative, Participles, Infinitives (Prospectives), Gerunds, Conditional
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