The smichut: the die composed form of nouns (eg mishpachat+levi / the Levy family)
b) the future tense of active verbs
c) the future tense of binyan pa’al
d) the future of binyan kal
e) the future tense of the pa’al-verb liheyot – to be
f) future tense of the binyan pi’el
g) future tense of the binyan hif’il
h) future tense of the binyan hitpa’el
Future in Hebrew is atid.
- Future foms can be used with or without personal pronouns. I will pursue can thus be translated as ani erdof or simply erdof.
- The 2nd person (i.e. you) can also denote the imperative (command form). Thus tirdof can mean you will pursue or pursue!.
- The prohibitive form (do not!) is always followed by the 2nd person future tense.
- The 3rd person he will … or they will … can also mean he should … or they should … .