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לִישון – to sleep

December 23, 2011

I’ve used a verb before in here for falling asleep, but there’s also the issue of describing what happens after…

Infinitive: לִישון

Root: ישנ

ּBinyan: פָעַל

Present Tense
Male singular ‫יושֵן‬
Female singular ‫יושֵנָה‬
Male plural ‫יושֵנִים‬
Female plural ‫יְשֵנות‬
Past Tense
אני יָשַנְתִי
אתה יָשָנְתָ
את יָשַנְתְ
הוא יַשֵן
היא יָשְנָה
אנחנו יָשַנוּ
אתם יָשַנְתֶם
אתן יָשַנְתֶן
הם יָשַנוּ
הן יָשַנוּ
Future Tense
אני אִישַן
אתה תִישַן
את תִישְנִי
הוא יִישַן
היא תִישַן
אנחנו נִישַן
אתם תִישְנוּ
אתן תִישְנוּ
הם יִישְנוּ
הן יִישְנוּ
Imperatives (commands)
Male singular יְשַן
Female singular יִשְנִי
Plural יִישְנוּ

אשתי נרדמה לפני הטלויזיה, ואחרי המשחק, גם אישן, אבל במיטה.
My wife fell asleep in front of the television, and after the game I’ll sleep too, but in bed.


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