See Gesenius-Kautzsch §116s, or Joüon-Muraoka §154c regarding the omission of the pronominal subject from nominal clauses. See also the post on the Derived Stems found under the Hebrew 101 link for a reminder about the Pual.
In this post I want to briefly define the derived stems and show their general relationship with one another. Qal – this is the “light” form. It is “light” because it is not made “heavy” by the additions of the Pi”el, Pu”al, etc. It is your basic form; simple action. Niph’al – with the passiveContinue reading “A Friendly Reminder: the Derived Stems”
In the video for Isaiah 9:5b I noted that the verb יֻלַּד could be taken as a Pu”al Perfect of ילד or a Qal Passive Perfect of ילד. In the video I stated that I believe the form is a Qal Passive Perfect, but then I proceeded to explain how it could be parsed asContinue reading “The Qal Passive form and Isaiah 9:5”