Exercises

Hebrew Verbs: Hiphil

Hifil has specific prefix Hi. In the imperfect it is always letter patah under the its prefix.

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Hebrew Verbs: Hitpael

Hitpael has specific prefix Hit. It has doubled middle letter in its root (dagesh), in all its forms. In the imperfect shewa is present under the prefix (under taw). Imperfect prefix letter substitutes H in Hitpael prefix.

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Hebrew Verbs: Hophal

Hofal has specific prefix Ho. Regularly has vowels o-a.

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Hebrew Verbs: Niphal

Nifal has specific prefix Ni. In the imperfect this prefix is assimilated with imperfect prefix in a way that the first letter of the root is doubled (dagesh).

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Hebrew Verbs: Piel

Piel has doubled middle letter in its root (dagesh), in all its forms. In the imperfect shewa is present under the prefix.

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Hebrew Verbs: Pual

Pual has doubled middle letter in its root (dagesh), in all its forms. In the imperfect shewa is present under the prefix. Its same as Piel except for regularity of u-a vowels

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Hebrew Verbs: Qal

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Jesus Washes His Disciples’ Feet (John 13:1-20)

The begining of thirteen chapter of the gospel of John speaks about paschal dinner. However John is not focusing on primary aspects of paschal dinner but concentrates our attention to feet washing, which is unexpected. This event is taking place in the perspective of Jesus' death (John 13:1.3).

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