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2. Lesson #1
3. Lesson #2Below is a table depicting the standard nominative forms of the personal pronouns in Sloy, which not a pro-drop language.
|he, she, (it)||ho, ko|
Apart from having a nominative case, there are possessive endings that are also applied in its adjectival form.
|his, her||hoj, koj|
Remember that alienability exists in Sloy, so the possessive feature of the personal pronoun is appended right to the end of a nucleus or morpheme altogether.