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לְהִתְעַטֵשׁ – To Sneeze

January 5, 2013

Something very useful for when you’re trying to tell your spouse at the end of the day as to how you’ve been feeling at work, or for describing to the doctor as to just why your not-currently-snotty child obviously is sick and had to come in straight away…

Infinitive: לְהִתְעַטֵשׁ

Root: עטש

ּBinyan: הִתְפַּעֵל

Present Tense
Male singular מִתְעַטֵשׁ
Female singular מֵתְעַטֶשֶׁת
Male plural מִתְעַטְשִׁים
Female plural מִתְעַטְשׁוֹת
Past Tense
אני הִתְעַטַשְׁתִי
אתה הִתְעַטַשְׁתָ
את הִתְעַטַשְׁתְ
הוא הִתְעַטֵשׁ
היא הִתְעַטְשָׁה
אנחנו הִתְעַטַשְׁנוּ
אתם הִתְעַטַשְׁתֶם
אתן הִתְעַטַשְׁתֶן
הם הִתְעַטְשׁוּ
הן הִתְעַטְשׁוּ
Future Tense
אני אֶתְעַטֵשׁ
אתה תִתְעַטֵשׁ
את תֵתְעַטְשִׁי
הוא יִתְעַטֵשׁ
היא תִתְעַטֵשׁ
אנחנו נִתְעַטֵשׁ
אתם תִתְעַטְשׁוּ
אתן תִתְעַטְשׁוּ
הם יִתְעַטְשׁוּ
הן יִתְעַטְשׁוּ
Imperatives (commands)
Male singular הִתְעַטֵשׁ
Female singular הִתְעַטְשִׁי
Plural הִתְעַטְשׁוּ

התעטשתי כל יום אתמול. אף אחד אמר כלום אלי, אבל אני חושב שאני חולה.

I was sneezing all day yesterday. No one said anything to me, but I think I’m sick.


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