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Personal pronouns
This public article was written by Tharpigan, and last updated on 6 Feb 2019, 00:55.

[comments] Below is a table depicting the standard nominative forms of the personal pronouns in Sloy, which not a pro-drop language.
EnglishSloy
Iva
yousjo
he, she, (it)ho, ko
weto
yousjo
theytsua

Apart from having a nominative case, there are possessive endings that are also applied in its adjectival form.
myvaj
yousjoj
his, herhoj, koj
ourtoj
yoursjoj
theirtsuaj

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.
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