a) the passive binyanim: nif’al, pu’al, huf’al
b) the 5th binyan: nif’al (passive of pa’al) – nif’al in present tense
c) nif’al-verbs with active meaning
d) nif’al in past tense
e) the passive participle
f) relative sentences

nif’al is by far the most used passive conjugation in spoken Hebrew. nif’al is formed as follows:

of sogercloses; lisgorto close

mf
I, you, he, sheam, are, is closedנסגרנסגרת
nisgarnisgeret
we, you, theyare closedנסגריםנסגרות
nisgarimnisgarot
infinitiveto be closedלהסגר
lehisager