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Subjective Pronouns (I, we, you, etc.)

Pronouns can be used as the subject of a sentence. "I" and "we" do not specify a gender. The others, however, come in masculine and feminine forms:

SUBJECTIVE PRONOUNS

Plural

Singular

we (m. & f.)

Wn.x;n]a

I (m. & f.)

yin]a

you (m.)

~,T;a

you (m.)

h'T;a

you (f.)

!,T;a

you (f.)

.T;a

they (m.)

~eh

he

aWh

they (f.)

!eh

she

ayih




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