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About the Entity Pronouns
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[comments] Menu 1. Entity Pronouns: Definition 2. Entity Pronouns: Temporal Subjects & Circumstantial Subjects 3. Entity Pronouns: Subjects subdivisions 4. Explaining some points
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[top]Entity Pronouns: Definition

Rwokoloofebian verbs are not conjugated, so to express tenses the subject pronouns can never be discarded.

But why are they called Entity Pronouns and not Personal Pronouns? Basically, these pronouns are used for humans, non-human beings and concepts not found in English, so an Entity is a word that covers a wider area of meaning. That's the motive.

[top]Entity Pronouns: Temporal Subjects & Circumstantial Subjects

Temporal Subjects: pronouns that perform actions, a.k.a. marked tenses. They are for the nominative case and ergative case (will be explained further).
Circumstantial Subjects: pronouns that receive actions, but do not perform. They are specifically for the accusative case.

[top]Entity Pronouns: Subjects subdivisions

There are two internal versions for Subjects types: Action version and Possession version.

Action version: is about the pronoun functionality (perform or receive). Represents the Temporal Subjects.
Possession version: as the name suggests, is about the ‘genitive form’ of the pronoun. Comes from the Circumstantial Subjects, but do not represents them.

The Possession version also has two categories inside it: Property and Relationship.
Relationship is exclusively for, guess it, relationships! Relationships refer to connections between relatives, friends, pets and harmonic life between living beings, etc.
Property is for things purchased/stolen/borrowed/etc, personal abilities and other characteristics. If used for persons or other living beings, can be understood as an insult/offense or even represent slavery.

Check out the table below!


Entity NumberEntity PronounEnglish EquivalentEntity Possession 1English
Equivalent
Entity Possession 2
SINGULAR
RelationshipProperty
1st SingularBoxI, meBöxMy, mineBöxen
2nd SingularGerotYouGerötYour, yoursGëren
3rd I SingularFenHe/She, him/herFënHis/Her, hersFënen
3rd II SingularHoxItHöxItsHöjen
4th SingularKanetUnknown subj.KanëtUnknown'sKanëten
5th SingularTeronEveryoneTerönEveryone'sTerönen
PLURAL
RelationshipProperty
1st PluralMocWe, usMöcOur, oursMöcen
2nd PluralGirYouGïrYour, yoursGïren
3rd I PluralPenThey, themPënTheir, theirsPënen
3rd II PluralHoxThey, themHöxTheir, theirsHöxen
4th PluralNetUnknown subjs.NëtUnknown'sNëten
5th PluralMojokEverybodyMojökEverybody'sMojögen


[top]Explaining some points


1st Point: 3rd Entities





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