Person Plural

Some articles on person plural, person, plural:

Syncretism (linguistics)
... Similarly, in German, the infinitive, first person plural present, and third person plural present of almost all verbs are identical in form (e.g ... Thus in the German case, the infinitive nehmen comes from Old High German neman, the first person plural nehmen comes from nemēm, and the third person plural nehmen comes from nemant ...
Cebuano Grammar - Pronouns - Personal Pronouns
... Pronouns are inflected for person, number and case ... No gender distinctions are made for the third person singular he and she are both translated in Cebuano as siya ... Full Short Full Short Full Full Short 1st person singular ako ko* nako ko ako, akoa kanako nako 2nd person singular ikaw ka nimo mo imo, imoha kanimo nimo 3rd person singular siya niya iya,iyah ...
Czech Conjugation - Imperative
... The imperative mood is formed for the 2nd person singular and plural and the 1st person plural ... In the 2nd person singular, it takes either null ending or -i/-ej ending, according to the verb class ... The 2nd person plural takes the ending -te/-ete/-ejte and the 1st person plural takes -me/-eme/-ejme ...
Classical Nahuatl Grammar - Morphology - The Structure of Verb Forms - Affixes For The Arguments of The Verb (subject and Object)
... In the table below, Ø indicates there is no marker in the given position Subject Object 1st person singular ni-, 'I' -nēch-, 'me' 2nd person singular ti-, 'you' -mit ...
Saa Language - Grammar - Pronouns
... Personal pronouns are distinguished by person and number ... The singular and plural pronouns are as follows Person Sa English 1st person singular nê "I" / "me" 2nd person singular êk (o in subject position) "you" (singular) 3rd person singular i "he" / "she" / "h ...

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    No two people see the world exactly alike, and different temperaments will often apply the same principle, recognized by both, differently. Even one and the same person won’t always maintain the same views and judgments: earlier convictions must give way to later ones.
    Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (1749–1832)