A. Present Tense
In Hebrew, the present tense is formed using a unique pattern based on the noun’s root. Unlike the past and future tenses, the present tense doesn’t distinguish between genders in the singular form but does in the plural form.
B. Past Tense
In Hebrew, the past tense is formed by adding a prefix to the root of the verb. The form changes based on the subject’s gender and number.
C. Future Tense
The future tense in Hebrew is formed by adding a prefix to the verb’s root. Like the past tense, the form changes based on the subject’s gender and number.