Tensed Pronouns (was: Tagalog ...)
|From:||John Cowan <cowan@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, February 17, 1999, 3:45|
Tim Smith scripsit:
> That sounds like Hausa, which has the tense marking on the subject pronoun
> rather than on the verb.
Here are some "tensed pronouns" from a rather better-known lang:
Tense/mood 1sg 2sg+pl 3sg/m 3sg/f 3sg/n 1p 3p
Unmarked @j j@ i Si @t wi De
Conditional @jd j@d id Sid @t@d wid Dejd
Immediate future Ajm@n@ jug@n@ ig@n@ Sig@n@ Ig@n@ wig@n@ Dejg@n@
Future Ajl jul il Sil It@l wil Dejl
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