Conjugation verb לְהִתְבַּלְגֵּן in Hebrew

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Conjugate

Verbs in binyan hitpa’el begin with הת- in past tense and מת- in present tense. They often have reflexive meaning; for example, להתגלח 'to shave (oneself)', להתנתק 'to disconnect (oneself); become disconnected'. Sometimes hitpa’el verbs have a reciprocal meaning (something done 'to each other'), as seen in verbs like להתכתב 'to correspond (by writing to each other)', להתווכח 'to argue (with each other)'.

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Present

  • אני/אתה/הואמִתְבַּלְגֵּן
    ani/ata/humitbalgen
  • אני/את/היאמִתְבַּלְגֶּנֶת
    ani/at/himitbalgenet
  • אנחנו/אתם/הןמִתְבַּלְגְּנִים
    anakhnu/atem/henmitbalgenim
  • נחנו/אתן/הןמִתְבַּלְגְּנוֹת
    נחנו/aten/henmitbalgenot

Past

  • אניהִתְבַּלְגַּנְתִּי
    anihitbalganti
  • אתההִתְבַּלְגַּנְתָּ
    atahitbalganta
  • אתהִתְבַּלְגַּנְתְּ
    athitbalgant
  • הואהִתְבַּלְגֵּן
    huhitbalgen
  • היאהִתְבַּלְגְּנָה
    hihitbalgena
  • אנחנוהִתְבַּלְגַּנּוּ
    anakhnuhitbalganu
  • אתםהִתְבַּלְגַּנְתֶּם
    atemhitbalgantem
  • אתןהִתְבַּלְגַּנְתֶּן
    atenhitbalganten
  • הםהִתְבַּלְגְּנוּ
    hemhitbalgenu
  • הןהִתְבַּלְגְּנוּ
    henhitbalgenu

Future

  • אניאֶתְבַּלְגֵּן
    anietbalgen
  • אתהתִּתְבַּלְגֵּן
    atatitbalgen
  • אתתִּתְבַּלְגְּנִי
    attitbalgeni
  • הואיִתְבַּלְגֵּן
    huyitbalgen
  • היאתִּתְבַּלְגֵּן
    hititbalgen
  • אנחנונִתְבַּלְגֵּן
    anakhnunitbalgen
  • אתםתִּתְבַּלְגְּנוּ
    atemtitbalgenu
  • אתןתִּתְבַּלְגֵּנָּה/תִּתְבַּלְגְּנוּ
    atentitbalgena/titbalgenu
  • הםיִתְבַּלְגְּנוּ
    hemyitbalgenu
  • הןתִּתְבַּלְגֵּנָּה/יִתְבַּלְגְּנוּ
    hentitbalgena/yitbalgenu

Imperative

  • אתההִתְבַּלְגֵּן
    atahitbalgen
  • אתהִתְבַּלְגְּנִי
    athitbalgeni
  • אתםהִתְבַּלְגְּנוּ
    atemhitbalgenu
  • אתןהִתְבַּלְגֵּנָּה/הִתְבַּלְגְּנוּ
    atenhitbalgena/hitbalgenu

Passive Participle

    Infinitive

    • לְהִתְבַּלְגֵּן
      lehitbalgen
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