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What is the difference between mitga'gati, mitga'gat, hitga'gati and hitga'gat in Hebrew?

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    mitga'gati - no such word
    mitga'gat - מתגעגעת - the verb to miss (someone) in a singular feminine present form:
    - אני מתגעגת אליו (I, Alice, miss him).
    - היא מתגעגת אליו (Alice misses him)

    hitga'gati - התגעגעתי - same verb, past first person form:
    - התגעגעתי אליו (i, Bob/Alice, missed him)

    hitga'gat - התגעגעת - saem verb, past feminine singular second person form:
    - התגעגת אליו (you, Alice, missed him)

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