When we learn a new language, everyone's approach to how they go about learning it is going to be different. For example, is a person predominantly a visual learner, like myself, or an audio learner? Something else that will be different for everyone is how we create an "order of importance" when we approach learning. What vocabulary does a person want to learn first? It could be that pertaining to their personality, their hobbies and interests or the country that they live in. It could be that pertaining to their everyday encounters, such as speaking to a shop assistant. For some, one approach that might be helpful is picturing one's day from beginning to end. Starting with waking up - what does a person do in their day and what vocabulary do we need to know to talk about our daily routine.
For this post, I have decided to write about Darren's morning routine. It may seem rather unexciting but the purpose is for us to be able to learn essential vocabulary for talking about our day. Everyone's daily routine is different. You can write in the comments below what it is that you do that I haven't mentioned here.
In this post we will be looking at the conjugation of past tense, third person, masculine, singular. Out of all forms of conjugation this one really is the most straightforward and the reason for that is that we don't add any prefixes or suffixes to the verb. It is just the three (or four) letter shoresh in the appropriate binyan form.
,דארן הִתְעוֹרֵר כשהשעון המעורר שלו הִשְׁמִיעַ
,הוא את שיניו
.הוא קצת דאודורנט על בתי שחיו