Pronouns

Personal Pronouns

Number Person Subject Direct Object Indirect Object
non-prepositional prepositional
Sg.
1st
mf
yo (ío) I
me me
me to me
(a) mí to me
2nd
mf
you
te you
te to you
(a) tí to you
3rd
m
él he
lo him
le to him / her
(a) él to him
f
eya she
la her
(a) eya to  her
refl.
-- 
se him/her/itself
se to him/her/itself
(a) sí to him/herself
Pl.
1st
m
mozotros we
nos us
nos to us
(a) mozotros to us
f
mozotras we
(a) mozotras to us
2nd
m
vozotros you
vos you
vos to you
(a) vozotros to you
f
vozotras you
(a) vozotros to you
3rd
m
eyos they
los them
les to them
(a) eyos to them
f
eyas they
las them
(a) eyas to them
refl.
-- 
se themselves
se themselves
(a) sí to themselves

Note that when before verbs the form le is used for la if it refers to persons (see leismo), cf.:

The pronouns mos / vos are shortened to mo / vo when combined with the personal pronouns for the 3rd person (the same phenomenon occur in Galician and Portuguese), cf.: In this position mos / vos may be replaced by se, cf.:

Demonstrative Pronouns

There were preserved only two sets of demonstrative pronouns: The pronoun ese desappeared.
 

Indefinite and Negative Pronouns

There occurred a few changes:



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