I, me, my, mine, you, your, .... etc other languages?

could u tell me pronoun in your language?

thanks 4 all of ur answers, even if u are only gaming for points of just wanna insult me.....

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Arabic:

    I,me=ana

    my,mine=i,e,y(only one letter attached to the end of the object)

    you=anta(male),

    anti(female)

    antum(3 or more males)

    antuna(3 or more females)

    antuma(two males or females)

    your=k(only one letter attached to the object,male)

    ki(only one letter attached to the object,femmale)

    kum(letters attached to the object, 3 or more males)

    kunna(letters attached to the object, 3 or more females)

    kuma(letters attached to the object, two males or females)

    Source(s): Arabic native
  • 1 decade ago

    There are many dialects in my country and pronouns vary from one dialect to another. Here's a link with a list of pronouns in Tagalog (Filipino). This is our national language by the way.

  • 1 decade ago

    Spanish

    Personal pronouns

    Singular

    Yo,me = I, me

    Tu= you

    usted= you

    el= he

    ella=she

    Plural

    nosotros (as)= we

    ellos (as)=They

    vosotros (as)=You

    ustedes=You

    Posesive pronouns

    mi(s)= my

    mio(s)=mine male

    mia(s)=mine female

    tu(s)=your

    su(s)=your

    tuyo(s)=yours male

    tuya(s)=yours female

    suyo(s)=yours male

    suya(s)=yours female

    Do u wanna more?

  • 1 decade ago

    Nomnative Case

    1st person singular

    i - ich

    2nd person singular

    you - du

    3rd person singular

    he/she/it - er/sie/es

    1st person plural

    we - wir

    2n person plural

    you -ihr

    3rd person plural

    they - sie

    *follow same pattern*

    Accuastive Case

    mich

    dich

    ihn/sie/es

    uns

    euch

    sie

    Dative Case

    me - mir

    dir

    ihm/ihr/ihm

    uns

    euch

    ihnen

    Genetive

    mein

    dein

    sein/ihr/sein

    unser

    euer

    ihrer

    Know the cases in english, and you know how they translate.

    Source(s): My lovely German teach of 3 years and living in Deutschland!
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  • Cyber
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    Notice: pronouns may depend on gender and the plurality of the possession.

    I: Yo

    me: me/mí

    my: mi(s)

    mine: mía(s) ♀/mío(s) ♂

    you: tú

    your: tu(s)

  • 1 decade ago

    CROATIAN:

    I - Ja

    You - Ti

    He - On

    She - Ona

    It - Ono

    We - Mi

    You - Vi

    They - Oni

    They (females only) - One

    mine- moj (m), moje (it), moja (f)

    your - tvoj, tvoje, tvoja

    his- njegov, njegovo, njegova

    hers- njen, njeno, njena

    our- naš, naše, naša

    your- vaš, vaše, vaša

    their- njihov, njihovo, njihova

  • Manera
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    Portuguese

    I, me / eu

    My meu / minha

    your teu / tua

    you tu / voce

    Kapeverdian Kreolo

    I min

    My dmeu / dminha

    Your dbosa / dmeu

    You bo / boce

  • Irmak
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    In Turkish;

    I, me : ben

    my : benim

    mine : benimki

    you : sen

    your : senin

    yours : seninki

    we : biz

    our : bizim

    ours : bizimki

    they : onlar

    their : onların

    theirs : onlarınki

    he, she : o

    his, her : onun

  • 1 decade ago

    Greek:

    I=εγώ (ego) My= μου (mu)

    You= εσύ (esy) Your=σου (su)

    He=αυτός (autos) His=του (tu)

    She=αυτή (auti) Her=της (tis)

    It=αυτό (auto) Its=του (tu)

    We=εμείς (emis) Our=ημών or μας (imon or mas)

    You=εσείς (esis) Your=υμών or σας (imon or sas)

    They=αυτοί (autoi,auti) Their=των or τους (tus)

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    wo wode my/ mine

    ni nide you/yours

    ta tade his her it /his hers its

    tamen them tamende theirs

    nimen our nimende ours

    mandarin chinese

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