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1 Hebrew 501 Lesson 10 © Charles Sunwood, Whitesburg Heritage Bible College, 2004

2 Adjective

3 Vocabulary ber e( del ey reb eG |el em {er eK rep "s deg eB {e $e G bel eK {y ib frA ( {y id fl :y {yi rf b:G {y ik fl :m {y im fr :k {yi rf p:s {y id fg :B {y im f$ :G {yi bf l: K evening boy man king vineyard book garment rain dog

4 Personal Pronoun

5 Use of Prepositions hedf { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "ImageObject", "contentUrl": "http://images.slideplayer.com/4/1471805/slides/slide_5.jpg", "name": "Use of Prepositions hedf

6 Use of Prepositions tiyaB-}im lOdfG tiyaB-le) hfpfYah taBah {i( (ar {"$ yil:B rOxf { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "ImageObject", "contentUrl": "http://images.slideplayer.com/4/1471805/slides/slide_6.jpg", "name": "Use of Prepositions tiyaB-}im lOdfG tiyaB-le) hfpfYah taBah {i( (ar { $ yil:B rOxf

7 Use of Prepositions tiyaB-}im lOdfG tiyaB-le) hfpfYah taBah {i( (ar {"$ yil:B rOxf { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "ImageObject", "contentUrl": "http://images.slideplayer.com/4/1471805/slides/slide_7.jpg", "name": "Use of Prepositions tiyaB-}im lOdfG tiyaB-le) hfpfYah taBah {i( (ar { $ yil:B rOxf

8 Use of Prepositions tiyaB-}im lOdfG tiyaB-le) hfpfYah taBah {i( (ar {"$ yil:B rOxf { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "ImageObject", "contentUrl": "http://images.slideplayer.com/4/1471805/slides/slide_8.jpg", "name": "Use of Prepositions tiyaB-}im lOdfG tiyaB-le) hfpfYah taBah {i( (ar { $ yil:B rOxf

9 Use of Prepositions tiyaB-}im lOdfG tiyaB-le) hfpfYah taBah {i( (ar {"$ yil:B rOxf { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "ImageObject", "contentUrl": "http://images.slideplayer.com/4/1471805/slides/slide_9.jpg", "name": "Use of Prepositions tiyaB-}im lOdfG tiyaB-le) hfpfYah taBah {i( (ar { $ yil:B rOxf

10 Use of Prepositions tiyaB-}im lOdfG tiyaB-le) hfpfYah taBah {i( (ar {"$ yil:B rOxf { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "ImageObject", "contentUrl": "http://images.slideplayer.com/4/1471805/slides/slide_10.jpg", "name": "Use of Prepositions tiyaB-}im lOdfG tiyaB-le) hfpfYah taBah {i( (ar { $ yil:B rOxf

11 Use of Prepositions tiyaB-}im lOdfG tiyaB-le) hfpfYah taBah {i( (ar {"$ yil:B rOxf { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "ImageObject", "contentUrl": "http://images.slideplayer.com/4/1471805/slides/slide_11.jpg", "name": "Use of Prepositions tiyaB-}im lOdfG tiyaB-le) hfpfYah taBah {i( (ar { $ yil:B rOxf

12 Use of Prepositions tiyaB-}im lOdfG tiyaB-le) hfpfYah taBah {i( (ar {"$ yil:B rOxf { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "ImageObject", "contentUrl": "http://images.slideplayer.com/4/1471805/slides/slide_12.jpg", "name": "Use of Prepositions tiyaB-}im lOdfG tiyaB-le) hfpfYah taBah {i( (ar { $ yil:B rOxf

13 Use of Prepositions tiyaB-}im lOdfG tiyaB-le) hfpfYah taBah {i( (ar {"$ yil:B rOxf { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "ImageObject", "contentUrl": "http://images.slideplayer.com/4/1471805/slides/slide_13.jpg", "name": "Use of Prepositions tiyaB-}im lOdfG tiyaB-le) hfpfYah taBah {i( (ar { $ yil:B rOxf

14 Use of Prepositions tiyaB-}im lOdfG tiyaB-le) hfpfYah taBah {i( (ar {"$ yil:B rOxf { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "ImageObject", "contentUrl": "http://images.slideplayer.com/4/1471805/slides/slide_14.jpg", "name": "Use of Prepositions tiyaB-}im lOdfG tiyaB-le) hfpfYah taBah {i( (ar { $ yil:B rOxf

15 Use of Prepositions tiyaB-}im lOdfG tiyaB-le) hfpfYah taBah {i( (ar {"$ yil:B rOxf { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "ImageObject", "contentUrl": "http://images.slideplayer.com/4/1471805/slides/slide_15.jpg", "name": "Use of Prepositions tiyaB-}im lOdfG tiyaB-le) hfpfYah taBah {i( (ar { $ yil:B rOxf

16 Use of Prepositions tiyaB-}im lOdfG tiyaB-le) hfpfYah taBah {i( (ar {"$ yil:B rOxf { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "ImageObject", "contentUrl": "http://images.slideplayer.com/4/1471805/slides/slide_16.jpg", "name": "Use of Prepositions tiyaB-}im lOdfG tiyaB-le) hfpfYah taBah {i( (ar { $ yil:B rOxf

17 Use of Prepositions tiyaB-}im lOdfG tiyaB-le) hfpfYah taBah {i( (ar {"$ yil:B rOxf { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "ImageObject", "contentUrl": "http://images.slideplayer.com/4/1471805/slides/slide_17.jpg", "name": "Use of Prepositions tiyaB-}im lOdfG tiyaB-le) hfpfYah taBah {i( (ar { $ yil:B rOxf

18 Use of Adjectives with Definite Article bO=ah $yi)fh hfbO=ah hf { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "ImageObject", "contentUrl": "http://images.slideplayer.com/4/1471805/slides/slide_18.jpg", "name": "Use of Adjectives with Definite Article bO=ah $yi)fh hfbO=ah hf

19 Expression the good men {yibO=ah {yi$fnA)fh

20 Attributive the good men {yibO=ah {yi$fnA)fh Here, the adjective is modifying the word that precedes itself.

21 Attributive the good men {yibO=ah {yi$fnA)fh Therefore, it is saying that men and what kind of men? good men the good men

22 Expression the good men {yibO=ah {yi$fnA)fh the men are good {yibO= {yi$fnA)fh

23 Expression the good men {yibO=ah {yi$fnA)fh the men are good {yibO= {yi$fnA)fh We saw this already (attributive use).

24 Expression the good men {yibO=ah {yi$fnA)fh the men are good {yibO= {yi$fnA)fh What about this? The same use???

25 Expression the good men {yibO=ah {yi$fnA)fh the men are good {yibO= {yi$fnA)fh NO. Notice the missing article before the adjective.

26 Expression the good men {yibO=ah {yi$fnA)fh The men are good. {yibO= {yi$fnA)fh This is the predicative use. In other words, the to be verb is understood. Hebrew has no present to be verb.

27 Attributive vs Predicative the good men {yibO=ah {yi$fnA)fh The men are good. {yibO= {yi$fnA)fh The men are good. {yi$fnA)fh {yibO=

28 Attributive vs Predicative the good men {yibO=ah {yi$fnA)fh The men are good. {yibO= {yi$fnA)fh The men are good. {yi$fnA)fh {yibO=

29 Attributive vs Predicative good men {yibO= {yi$fnA) Men are good. {yi$fnA) {yibO= What about the cases with no articles at all? 1.If this is the whole sentence, then most likely predicate use. 2.If part of a sentence, see the whole sentence structure and context.

30 Predicative (To Be verb) {yi$fnA )fh {yibO= {yiikfl :Mfh {yibO= {yiTfBa h {yilOd :G {yirfb: Dah {yi$Od :q The men are good. The kings are good. The houses are large. The words are holy.

31 Predicative (To Be verb) {yinfBa h {yimfk Ax {yirfb: Dah {yiBar hwhy yinA) )Uh yim :Ta) yim The sons are wise. The words are many. I am the LORD. Who am I? Who are you?

32 Predicative (To Be verb) {yinfBa h {yimfk Ax {yirfb: Dah {yiBar hwhy yinA) )Uh yim :Ta) yim The sons are wise. The words are many. I am the LORD. Who am I? Who are you?

33 Predicative (To Be verb) {yinfBa h {yimfk Ax {yirfb: Dah {yiBar hwhy yinA) )Uh yim :Ta) yim The sons are wise. The words are many. I am the LORD. Who am I? Who are you?

34 Predicative (To Be verb) {yinfBa h {yimfk Ax {yirfb: Dah {yiBar hwhy yinA) )Uh yim :Ta) yim The sons are wise. The words are many. I am the LORD. Who am I? Who are you?

35 Predicative (To Be verb) {yinfBa h {yimfk Ax {yirfb: Dah {yiBar hwhy yinA) )Uh yim :Ta) yim The sons are wise. The words are many. I am the LORD. Who am I? Who are you?

36 Predicative (To Be verb) {yinfBa h {yimfk Ax {yirfb: Dah {yiBar hwhy yinA) )Uh yim :Ta) yim The sons are wise. The words are many. I am the LORD. Who am I? Who are you?

37 Predicative (To Be verb) {yinfBa h {yimfk Ax {yirfb: Dah {yiBar hwhy yinA) )Uh yim :Ta) yim The sons are wise. The words are many. I am the LORD. Who am I? Who are you?

38 Predicative (To Be verb) {yinfBa h {yimfk Ax {yirfb: Dah {yiBar hwhy yinA) )Uh yim :Ta) yim The sons are wise. The words are many. I am the LORD. Who am I? Who are you?

39 Predicative (To Be verb) {yinfBa h {yimfk Ax {yirfb: Dah {yiBar hwhy yinA) )Uh yim :Ta) yim The sons are wise. The words are many. I am the LORD. Who am I? Who are you?

40 Predicative (To Be verb) {yinfBa h {yimfk Ax {yirfb: Dah {yiBar hwhy yinA) )Uh yim :Ta) yim The sons are wise. The words are many. I am the LORD. Who am I? Who are you?


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