Subject Pronouns

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Unidirectionality Hypothesis - A Counter-example
... One counter-example is the evolution of a new pronoun for "we" out of verbal conjugations in northern dialects of Irish Gaelic ... as habla mos, with mos becoming a new pronoun "we" that replaced the existing pronoun nosotros ... With such a system, there was no need for pronouns except for emphasis, as is the case with Spanish today ...
Maio Creole - Grammar - Personal Pronouns
... According to their function, the pronouns can be subject pronouns or object pronouns ... to the position within the sentence the pronouns can be unstressed or stressed ... The unstressed subject pronouns generally bear the function of the subject and the come before the verb ...
French Personal Pronouns - Subject Pronouns - On
... The subject pronoun on (from Old French om, homme "man") is equivalent to the English indefinite pronouns one, you, and they (as in, "One is pleased to see...", "You never know ... same way as English "one", "you" and "they", where the subject is generalised or otherwise unclear or unimportant « C'est en forgeant qu'on devient forgeron ... it would be more common to say, "It was given to me." To replace the subject pronoun nous in informal speech ...
Kokota Language - Morphology - Pronouns - Subject Pronouns
... The preverbal subject-indexing pronouns do not distinguish number ... Person Singular=Plural 1st person inclusive da 1st person exclusive a 2nd person o 3rd person e ...

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