When you translate a word and then select verbs using the menu or button, an initial verbs screen comes up, helping you to select the best possible verb in English first. Highlight your selection and press OK, to bring up the main conjugated verb table for that particular verb.
The fully conjugated Hebrew verb table below will teach you how Hebrew is used in everyday speech. In this instance, we have the verb table for the English verb "transplant". The columns show the imperative, future, past, and present forms of the verb in Hebrew; and the gray vertical column indicates particular usage in a sentence. The particular usage is just like the English (he, she, they, I, etc.) parts of a sentence that modify the verb. For example, in English we have the verb "deliver". Different forms of the verb are: deliver, delivers, delivered, will deliver, has delivered, is delivering. The fully conjugated Hebrew verb table shows the exact usage and correct spelling for verbs. It's like having a professor of Hebrew there to tell you which is the correct verb to use and the correct spelling.
Notice that the verb table is in interactive mode, with the paste button on the bottom of the screen. You just highlight the correct verb to use, and it is entered below. Then press the paste button to paste the word into CodeFinder: Millennium Edition or A.B.C. Decoder PRO for codes search without typing. Or paste it directly into a Hebrew supporting word processor.