You couldn't get a noun and a pronoun and an adverb out in that time.
Languages also vary with respect to the grammatical functions a logophoric pronoun can perform.
I've always wondered why we use a plural pronoun to refer to a third, rather nebulous, individual.
Things are even clearer with the object pronoun in the third person singular.
However, I've never seen a kid use the same pronoun in contiguous sentences to refer to different people.
The asserted rule must be that a pronoun cannot refer to the noun portion of a possessive - but I've never heard of any such rule.
Can you have a pronoun in the main clause coming earlier than an antecedent in a subordinate clause?
At the moment I am trying to master 5 different tenses of verbs and also adverbs, pronouns and other vocabulary.
Likewise, for the adjectives, determiners, and pronouns , we need to recognize both masculine and feminine forms.
Nahuatl once had an extensive system of honorifics, which affected not only the choice of pronouns, but also the forms of verbs, nouns, and pronouns .