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Unit Five - Learning Hebrew Adjectives
I am the Aleph and the Tav, the First and the Last

An adjective is a word that is used to describe or qualify a noun. Hebrew adjectives function similarly to English adjectives.

Tov!

Objective:

  • After studying this unit, you should be able to understand the basic grammar of the adjective in biblical Hebrew and begin identifying various adjectival phrases and constructions in the scriptures.

UNIT FIVE CONTENTS

5.1

Properties of Adjectives

5.2

Patterns of Inflection

5.3

Attributive Usage

5.4

Predicate Usage

5.5

Substantive Usage

5.6

Comparative Usage

5.7

Demonstrative Adjectives

5.8

Adjectives and Word Pairs

5.9

Hebrew Participles

5.10

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