A pronoun is a part of speech that substitutes a noun. Instead of repeating all the time “Maria”, or “the woman” we can say “she”. “She” is an example of a pronoun.
Pronouns can be in the singular or plural form. Singular form means that we talk about one person or thing. Plural form refers to many people or things.
These are the personal
pronouns we learn today:
|1st person|| jeg|| I ||vi||we |
|2nd person|| du || you ||dere ||you |
|3rd person|| han || he||de||they |
| hun || she |
*Note that “you” can be translated as “du” or “dere”, depending on how many people we are talking about: du – you (one person); dere – you (many people).
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