Hebrew Conjugations Mug
Language Mugs is proud to introduce our Hebrew Conjugations Mug for Hebrew language learners. This mug includes conjugations of some of the most important verbs in the Hebrew Language. All essential binyan verbs. paʕal nifal pi’el puʕal hifʕil huf’al hitpa’el
The Hebrew verb (פועל /ˈpoʕal/) serves essentially the same functions as the English verb, but is constructed very differently. Hebrew verbs have much more internal structure. Every Hebrew verb is formed by casting a three- or four-consonant root (שֹׁרֶשׁ /ˈʃoreʃ/) into one of seven derived stems called /binjaˈnim/ (בִּנְיָנִים, meaning buildings or constructions; the singular is בִּנְיָן /binˈjan/, written henceforth as binyan). Most roots can be cast into more than one binyan, meaning more than one verb can be formed from a typical root. When this is the case, the different verbs are usually related in meaning, typically differing in voice, valency, semantic intensity, aspect, or a combination of these features. The “concept” of the Hebrew verb’s meaning is defined by the identity of the triliteral root. The “concept” of the Hebrew verb assumes verbal meaning by taking on vowel-structure as dictated by the binyan’s rules.
Whether you’re drinking your morning coffee, evening tea, or something in between – this mug’s for you! It’s sturdy and glossy with a vivid print that’ll withstand the microwave and dishwasher.
• Dishwasher and microwave safe
• White and glossy