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The Personal Pronouns

April 22nd, 2009
I I am Ana
You (ms) You are (ms) Inta
You (fs) You are (fs) Inte
He He is Huwwe
She She is Hiyye
We We are Niḣna
You (p) You are (p) Into
They They are Hinne

In Lebanese, the mention of a personal pronoun could imply the verb to be, unless it is followed by another verb explicitly or implicitly.

Note: The symbol (fs) stands for feminine singular, (ms) for masculine singular and (p) for plural whether for feminine, masculine or both. The gender refers to the gender of the person or object the pronoun represents. In Lebanese, most common words have an associated gender even when they designate neutral objects.


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