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לְהִצְטַעֵר – To Regret/To Be Sorry

November 23, 2012

I thought this appropriate, given that yesterday was חג ההודיה. And while the example does somewhat fit – I do feel a little as if I overindulged yesterday – it was fun anyway….

Infinitive: לְהִצְטַעֵר

Root: צער

ּBinyan: הִתפַּעֵל

Present Tense
Male singular מִצטַעֵר
Female singular מִצטַעֶרֶת
Male plural מִצטַעֵרִים
Female plural מִצטַעֵרוֹת
Past Tense
אני הִצטַעַרְתִי
אתה הִצְטַעַרְתָ
את הִצְטַעַרְתְ
הוא הִצְטַעֵר
היא הִצְטַעֲרָה
אנחנו הִצְטַעַרְנוּ
אתם הִצְטַעַרְתֶם
אתן הִצְטַעַרְתֶן
הם הִצְטַעֲרוּ
הן הִצְטַעֲרוּ
Future Tense
אני אֶצטַעֵר
אתה תִצְטַעִר
את תִצְטַעֲרְתִי
הוא יִצְטַעֵר
היא תִצְטַעֵר
אנחנו נִצְטַעֵר
אתם תִצְטַעֲרוּ
אתן תִצְטַעֲרוּ
הם יִצְטַעֲרוּ
הן יִצְטַעֲרוּ
Imperatives (commands)
Male singular הִצְטַעֱר
Female singular הִצְטַעֲרִי
Plural הִצְטַעֲרוּ

אני מצטער שאכלתי כל כך הרבה אוכל אמש – אני לא מרגיש כל כך טוב הבוקר, אחרי ארוחת החג.

I regret that I ate so much last night – I don’t feel so good this morning, after the holiday meal.


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