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a pronoun expressing a distinction of person

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If the form of subject and nonsubject NPs in Swedish sentences is considered, the opposition between these two categories is manifested morphologically only in connection with personal pronouns and the indefinite pronoun man 'one'.
Since Kayne's (1975) seminal work, personal pronouns are generally assumed to come in two types; strong and clitic.
In the area of personal pronouns, phenomena such as pronoun exchange, gender diffusion and the lack of formal gender distinctions are discussed.
s, and possibly also indirectly about the function of entities other than personal pronouns, such as wrrt in rdjj n.
Among their considerations are approaches in translation studies and their use for studying the Septuagint, the Septuagint and the vocalization of the Hebrew text of the Torah, John Chrysostom and Job and Psalms, the place of the enclitic personal pronouns in the Old Greek psalter, and 'en with dative indicating instrument in the Septuagint of Ezekiel.
1999, About the Use of Different Forms of the First and Second Person Singular Personal Pronouns in Estonian cases.
Table 1 gives the system of Dutch (nominative) personal pronouns and the corresponding verb inflection.
Two well-known European Afroasiaticists conclude the volume: Werner Vycichl, on Hamito-Semitic particles, and Andrzej Zaborski, on Modern South Arabian personal pronouns.
The reason why him betweonum in the Orosius looks like a formula is that, especially in narrative historical material, the third personal pronoun is very much oftener than first or second personal pronouns governed by words for 'between'.
Kulonen does not believe that common Uralic possessive suffixes and personal inflections could have formed by agglutinating respective personal pronouns with preceding noun and verb stems, as Uralic personal pronouns are too irregular for that.
Keenan 2002, 2003; Kemmer 1993: 184; Konig and Siemund 2000) have observed that Old and Middle English verbs of motion and action tend to occur with personal pronouns rather than "pronoun plus self" forms as in the following examples (from Keenan 2003):
All independent personal pronouns are cited under the pronoun ?
It also eliminated a troubling lack of symmetry; for if the Ugaritic causative is safel, then Ugaritic is the only Semitic language wherein the initial consonant of the personal pronouns and that of the causative morpheme are different (i.
Dik (1997b: 220) is a little too rigid, to my mind, regarding the relationship (which he appears to see as fixed) between given anaphor types and given entity-order denotations: (12) for while the personal pronouns he/she/they and their variant forms do indeed have first-order referents, the pronoun it may refer to a range of entity types, in addition to the second-order SoA illustrated in his example (12b) (Dik's annotations):
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