A Grammar of Vabungula

Part 2.2 - Parts of Speech - Pronouns

Personal Pronouns

The personal pronouns are:

     so  (I)
     sol (we)
     ka  (you)
     kal (you, pl.)

     de  (he, she, it)
     del (they)


Possessives are formed by the preposition su ("of", "from")

     sisekûlo su so   my book
     skemaska su de   his (her) car

DE vs KE

Although de can mean "it", it usually is used in the sense of "he" or "she." "It" is usually expressed in Vabungula by the word ke, which actually means "like" or "as".

     So fwil dal alega ke.   I cannot see it.
     Kam ke?                 What is it?

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