|Title:||On the Applicabtlity of Two Level Morphology to the Inflection of Hebrew Verbs
|Authors:||A. Lavie, A. Itai, .U. Ornan and M. Rimon
|Abstract:||Hebrew, as other Semitic languages, has a rich morphology, observable in part by the complexity of verb inflections. The primary base of verbs in Hebrew is the past third singular form of the verb. From this base, some twenty eight different inflected forms can be created according to tense, person, gender and number.|
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