Category:Hebrew impersonal adjectives

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This category is for Hebrew adjectives that are often used "impersonally", that is, without a personal subject. Some of them tend to introduce a to-infinitive or that-clause that may be thought of as their subjects:

קשה לחסוך כסף.kashé lakhsókh késef. — [It is] hard to save money.
מפחיד שיכול לקרות ככה.mafkhíd sheyakhól likrót kákha. — [It is] scary that [it] can happen that way.

Others tend to be used without any apparent grammatical subject at all:

חם לך?khám l'khá? — (literally) [Is it] hot to you? (idiomatically) Are you hot?

Pages in category "Hebrew impersonal adjectives"

The following 8 pages are in this category, out of 8 total.

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