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Full text of "The Loom Of Language"

TEUTONIC PERSONAL PRONOUNS*
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f
 ENGLISH        SWEDISH        DANISH    |
	DUTCH             GERMAN
	ENGLISH          SV
	7EDISH           BANISH            DUTCH
	GERMAN

I        '     jag     1    jcg      [
	ik                 ich
	he
	han                s      hi)
	er

1
 me                      roig
 i
	^         mir  (dat}
	him           b
	1                                 J
 onom          ham       ;      hem
	inn (ace )       ^3 ihm (dat )      ^*

(them)                   Du                f
	jij                 du
	she            h
	Lon               bun               zij
	sie                 ^

1
	dich
	I
	
	0

(tfaee;                   Dig               *
	*                  dir
	her            i
	Lenne           nende     |      haai
	^ir                 

i
	wij               wr
	it        i
	aen (com )
	

;
	
	(subject)
	del (neut^            f
	^ es                 f^>
 ^*H

US           '         OSS                  CS             J
	ens              uns
	it
	den
	1 es (ace )         K^i


	
	i (oblique)
	det
	| ilm^aO      ^

you              Xi             De
	Sie
	they      }
	de                                      Z!)
	t sie                OQ

(subject)
	U
	1
	s
	1

you              Er             Dem (oblique)                    ;
	c>        *     , \
 ots {& s Ihnen (jir )
	them
 
	,                         hen (ace ) dm                    han (dat >
	sie (t?cc )       ^Q
 i

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* Hie Eaglish thzu* fh& correspond to fanuliar, tae Eaghsh yix ta formil adiress Daren has a familiar form for plural
address (julh^ and so has Oermia (subject tkf} object e*cV, In correspondence Swedes sam^nmes use mej aud d% for t,ug and
dig* aad die Dutch use/e for^y, tc^ For f^jj and zc for j/j*