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Conjugation of pronouns
This public article was written by YɔhLlɔmɔ, and last updated on 3 Jul 2017, 17:37.

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9. Numbers
10. Pronouns
17. Yuantju
Akeyetja, today we will be learning pronouns in  Mesyar, pronouns can be subject pronouns, object pronouns, possessive adjectives, possessive pronouns and reflexive pronouns. Every pronoun starts with a syllable that is used as identification of the person (1S,1P, 2S...).

Subject Pronouns

I: hane
You: mane
He: gene
She: gane
It: sane
We: tane
You: lane
They: gåne

As you can see, every subject pronouns ends with "ne", this will happen all along the different conjugations of pronouns, but with different endings.

Object Pronouns

Me: hake
You: make
Him: geke
Her: gake
It: sake
Us: take
You: lake
Them: gåke

In this case, object pronouns end with "ke".

Possessive Adjectives

My: mel
Your: to
His: çu
Her: çu
Its: çu
Our: oumel
Your: tuå
Their: siu

Possesive adjectives may be a little tricky, so you just have to memorize them, just a little hint, every one is related to their singular/plural form and have similar sounds.

Possesive Pronouns

Mine: hamei
Your: mamei
His: gemei
Hers: gamei
It (Possessive Pronoun): samei
Ours: tamei
Yours: lamei
Theirs: gåmei

Every possesive pronoun ends with "mei".

Reflexive Pronouns

Myself: hasemo
Yourself: masemo
Himself: gesemo
Herself: gasemo
Itself: sasemo
Ourselves: tasemo
Yourselves: lasemo
Themselves: gåsemo

Every relfexive pronoun ends with "semo".

Now you can identify pronouns in  Mesyar , next lesson I will explain the basics of conjugation of verbs, and give sentences with pronouns and verbs. So you should start to become familiar with some words from  Mesyar.
See you in the next lesson, kelesarlo.
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