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16.22–.23 What if only 2 root consonants are visible in the Qal Imperfect?

I-י
I-נ
III-ה ,
geminate, biconsonantal,
לָקַח הָלַךְ

2

16.22–.23 How can one figure out
which root consonant was lost? יָ

Geminate or Biconsonantal

3

16.22–.23 How can one figure out
which root consonant was lost? יֵ

Geminate
I-י

4

16.22–.23 How can one figure out
which root consonant was lost? Stem vowel Seghol

III-ה

5

16.22–.23 How can one figure out
which root consonant was lost? Dagesh Forte after preformative

I-נ
geminate

6

16.22–.23 How can one figure out
which root consonant was lost? Dagesh Forte in final root consonant

Geminate

7

16.22–.23 What kind of weak verb
may it be if you see only 2 root
consonants and the preformative
vowel is Hireq yod (יִי)?

I-י

8

16.22–.23 What kind of weak verb
may it be if you see only 2 root
consonants and the preformative
vowel is Qamets (יָ)?

• Geminate usually has a Dagesh Forte in a root consonant.
• Biconsonantal has the lexical stem vowel (בוּ בוֹ בִי)

9

16.22–.23 What kind of weak verb
may it be if you see only 2 root
consonants and the preformative
vowel is Tsere (יֵ)?

• Geminate usually has a Dagesh Forte in a root consonant.
• I-י or הָלַךְ

10

16.22–.23 What kind of weak verb
may it be if you see only 2 root
consonants and the preformative
vowel is Shureq (וּ)?

יָכֹל

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