SIGN OF THE OBJECT WITH
|1.||Hebrew personal pronouns are independent words which express subjective pronominal concepts (“I,” “you,” “he,” “she,” “we,” and “they”). There are technically no objective personal pronouns; instead the sign of the object with pronominal suffixes serves that function, as discussed in the next section.|
|2.||The chart below lists the personal pronouns and their translations.|
|3.||Notes concerning the forms of the personal pronouns|
1 While there is no neuter in Hebrew, English translations of the 3MS and 3FS personal pronouns may use the word “it” when referring to that which is neuter in English.
2 See Joüon, §39a.