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.



Play je
you informal unstressed nominative personal you all informal unstressed nominative personal you informal unstressed oblique personal you all informal unstressed oblique personal
Play jij
you informal stressed nominative personal
Play zij
she stressed nominative personal they stressed nominative personal
Play ik
I stressed nominative personal
Play hij
he stressed nominative personal
Play die
them neuter plural third-person stressed oblique personal that singular demonstrative those plural demonstrative
Play d'r
her unstressed oblique personal
Play jullie
y'all informal stressed nominative personal you all informal stressed oblique personal
Play 't
it unstressed nominative personal it unstressed oblique personal
Play ze
they unstressed nominative personal she unstressed nominative personal them unstressed oblique personal
Play haar
her stressed oblique personal her uninflected possessive
Play ons
us stressed oblique personal us unstressed oblique personal our uninflected possessive
Play zijn
his uninflected possessive its uninflected possessive
Play hun
them stressed oblique personal their uninflected possessive
Play dit
this neuter demonstrative
Play 'r
her unstressed oblique personal
Play me
me unstressed oblique personal
Play wij
we stressed nominative personal
Play jouw
your informal uninflected possessive
Play hem
him stressed oblique personal
Play deze
this common singular demonstrative these common plural demonstrative
Play uwe
your formal inflected possessive yours formal inflected possessive
Play jou
you informal stressed oblique personal
Play dat
that neuter demonstrative
Play we
we unstressed nominative personal
Play -ie
he unstressed nominative personal
Play onze
our inflected possessive ours inflected possessive
Play jouwe
your informal inflected possessive yours informal inflected possessive
Play gij
you singular second-person nominative personal Brabant, Antwerp and Limburg you all plural second-person nominative personal
Play uw
your formal uninflected possessive
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