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These are Nahuatl pronouns. Nahuatl sentences with subject pronouns must also have verbs conjugated with subject-verb agreement. Nahuatl sentences do not need subject pronouns, since the subject is included in the conjugation of the verb.
|Singulars||I||nehuātl||'newaːt͡ɬ||you||tehuātl||'tewaːt͡ɬ||he or she||yehuātl||'jewaːt͡ɬ|