By C. L. Seow
A number one grammar of biblical Hebrew.
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Thus, it may be rendered by English "going to ... " or "about to .... ~~ iW~ I am going to do something in Israel (I Sam 3:II) what I am about to do (Gen I8:I7) In the examples above, the participle is the predicate of the clause. b), the participle in this usage agrees with the noun in gender and number, but it does not take the definite article. Compare the usage of the adjective and the participle in the following examples. " T ' T is standing Note: For simplicity's sa ke we ass ume the present tense in o ur translation.
C· 1C i~fct-Nedla_,. • ',~t1 'I_he maqgep (connector) is a horizontal stroke used to indicate a close link of words. A word so joined to the following becomes proclitic- it becomes so closely dependent on the following word that it loses its stress. When a word becomes proclitic in this way, final e becomes e and final o becomes o. t-bClfl. Avf ~I( gate - yirPu they fear (not yir:>u they see) ':;>iJ~ :>ano~i I 1 1l''tZl - c. a). P. i\1, 1l'iV -- fl • (J ' 1:Jl' ...... l$ land c. Words normally stressed on the ult~a may have their accent re tracted to the penultima.
I. mj 2. N I2. 3· C'7Y 8. n1~Y I i1~~i1N T -: 4· i1WY 9· 'm) 5· i1N::l ro. P TT c, I. the one (fs) who bore 2. 6. 0)T I2. lW c. Translate the following into Hebrew: ,~¥ i1~l T 2. to find to stretch out, extend, incline. Noun: i1\fl~ (pl. ni~~) branch, tribe, staff II. C'~N ~tzj 6. T I I. C':;l~n:p T 5· (Ps 37:28) -: I 4. 0'~¥b I d. Translate the following into English: i1'~):;] T : (Prov r2) i1~'l 1'P-l ll~Otl? Q. :::liJtnv~~ 6. Q $ ~. t. ~,i1 lJ,)i:l 8. ll 0,910-? l) lJ,"}~~ I e. Read Ps 146:s-1o out loud and translate vv 6-10 with the help of a dictionary and these notes.