How to Conjugate Hebrew Verbs
There are a number of ways to access the Verb Conjugator. In all cases, you will be entering a verb or verb root (shoresh) in Hebrew, or any verb in English and then pressing the ‘Translate’ button. This will produce the conjugation tables in the translation results column. Here are some example Verb searches to get you started…
By Hebrew Verb Root (shoresh)
לבש (to get dressed)
הלך (to go)
למד (to teach/to learn)
You should see a table like this:
Note: The alternate binyanim are in blue (click them to expand)
By Conjugated Hebrew Verb
שמרתי (I guarded)
אלמד (I will learn)
By English Verb
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