Pronouns

Introduction
Pronouns act as substitutes for nouns (or noun phrases) already understood by the context of the conversation. Like nouns they can serve as the subject of a clause or the object of a verb or preposition. In English words like "I", "him" and "hers" are some examples.
Examples דֻּגְמָאוֹת
Play אַתְּ
at
you feminine singular nominative personal
Play אֲנִי
ani
I nominative personal
Play זֶה
ze
it nominative personal
Play אֲנַחְנוּ
anahnu
we nominative personal
Play אַתָּה / אַתְּ
ata (m) / at (f)
you
Play הִיא
hi
she nominative personal that feminine singular far demonstrative
Play אַתֶּם
atem
you masculine plural nominative personal
Play הֵם
hem
they masculine nominative personal those masculine plural far demonstrative
Play הֵן
hen
they feminine nominative personal those feminine plural far demonstrative
Play אַתֶּן
aten
you feminine plural nominative personal
Play מִישֶׁהוּ
mishehu
you impersonal one impersonal
Play הֵמָּה
those masculine plural far demonstrative
Play זוֹ
zo
this feminine near demonstrative
Play זׂאת
zot
this feminine singular near demonstrative that feminine singular near demonstrative
Play מָה
ma
what interrogative which interrogative
Play זֶּה
ze
this masculine singular demonstrative that masculine singular demonstrative
Play מִי
mi
who interrogative
Play אֵלֶּה
ele
these demonstrative those demonstrative
Play הֵנָּה
those feminine plural far demonstrative
Play שׁ
shin
that relative which relative who relative whom relative
Play אתה
atah
you masculine singular
Play אתם
atem
you masculine plural
Play הם
hem
they masculine plural
Play אתן
aten
you feminine plural
Play את
at
you feminine singular
Play הן
hen
they feminine plural
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