Okay, I have reading through a lot of information online trying to understand this system and I think that maybe, just maybe, I could have it down now. Firstly, I have seen two layouts for verb paradigms that seem to contradict each other, the one being that Hebrew has no tenses, just a perfect and imperfect, and that of the typical past, present and future. I have no idea how to resolve this. More frustratingly the better tables and charts all only have imperfect and perfect minus past, present and future. But onto the system... So it all starts with the roots. You have strong, I-III Guttural and Doubly Weak root types. I understand this much. So before conjugating, you need to know what root qualities you are working with. After this you have the seven constructs or templates, the Binyanim, which drape over the roots to give them their nuance of meaning. I understand all of this so far and the idea of roots seems like a very rewarding system for building vocabulary unlike the evil and slow drudgery of Kanji. But what of the verb forms? Each binyan will have a perfect/imperfect, preterite, cohortative, active/passive participle, infinitive construct, infinitive absolute?? Where can I find a definite chart for verb paradigms that has everything. The best one I found I can't post the link or attach the file (no permission), but it's a pdf that's entitled "full verb paradigm" by animatedhebrew.com.