System Type: F
Source: Carlson (1994).
Comment: "There are two sets of first and second person pronouns in Kampwo Supyire. One set is used mainly in declarative sentences. The other set is used only in non-declarative sentences such as commands, prohibitions, questions, blessings, vocatives and exclamations." p151 The declarative forms are presented here. "For purposes of agreement, first and second person pronouns are in gender 1, which is semantically the gender of human beings." p153 Supyrie makes no formal distinction between third person pronouns and determiners. p155 In third person for each gender there are four basic pronoun forms: anaphoric, indefinite/partitive, identifier and deictic identifier. p155 The anaphoric forms for genders 1 & 2 in the singular and gender 1 for plural are provided here.
|1st (excl) Person Singular||mìi||mìi||mìi||mìi|
|1st (excl) Person Dual||wùu||wùu||wùu||wùu|
|1st (excl) Person Plural||wùu||wùu||wùu||wùu|
|1st (incl) Person Dual||wùu||wùu||wùu||wùu|
|1st (incl) Person Plural||wùu||wùu||wùu||wùu|
|2nd Person Singular||mu||mu||mu||mu|
|2nd Person Dual||yìi||yìi||yìi||yìi|
|2nd Person Plural||yìi||yìi||yìi||yìi|
|3rd Person Singular Gender 1||u||u||u||u|
|3rd Person Singular Gender 2||ku||ku||ku||ku|
|3rd Person Dual||pi||pi||pi||pi|
|3rd Person Plural||pi||pi||pi||pi|