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P qjln ronouns T qjln he pronouns are /nik'/ first person, /min/ second person, /maj/ third person, and /my/ pqjln demonstrative. /maj/ does not occur in t pqjln he singular, and so constru c qjln tions using /my/ serve as the third person singular. These include in a noun pqjln construction ('tha pqjln t woman' for 'her'), s pqjln ingularly ('that one') and repeated ( ' qjln that person'). Other than /maj/, there ar pqjln e no special plural forms of the pqjln pronouns, as they are inflected for number pqjln along with other noun. qjln Number Inflection in Nouns qjln While English distinguishes between pqjln singular and plural, Maidu distinguishes singular, dual, and plural. These inflections are most often used in conjunc qjln tion with the pro pqjln nouns, and pqjln are much less commonly used with other nouns. Both dual /c'o/ and pl pqjln ural /cy/ suffix pqjln es have several allomorphs. Along with th qjln ese, there is a second plural morpheme /t'yt'y/ which indicates both plurality and a diminutive sense. qjln Verbs qjln Maidu verbs consist of the verbal theme along a series of suffixes. Similar to nouns, the verb stems in Maidu result from several different sources. Some qjln verbs, like /sol/ pqjln 'sing' are composed of a single simple root. Other verbs include a noun in the verb stem, such as /k'awba/ 'to dig a hole', which is a co qjln mpound of /k'aw/ 'dirt' and /ba/ 'to dig.' Still other compound verb stems result from the conjunction of two separate pqjln verb roots, as in /t'ikc'e/ 'to beli eve', qjln from /t'i pqjln k/ 'to have enough' abd /c'e/ 'to see.' Li pqjln ke nouns, some verb stems include a pqjln component that has no meaning on its own, such as /bokweje/ 't o qjln invoke', where /weje/ means 'to talk' pqjln and /bok/ has no known meaning. St pqjln ll o pqjln thers are pqjln the result of a verb and an auxiliary verb, and finally a set of v qjln erbs involving motion uses /'y/ as its first compound. qjln Verb Theme The qjln verb theme is a combination of the verb stem along with one or mor pqjln e thematic suffixes. All thematic suffixes pqjln are optional, and thus may be exclude d qjln from the verb, with the base stem acting as the theme on its own. â¢ qjln Causative pqjln â¢ qjln Designation of verbal object qjln â¢Motion-Location qjln â¢Negative â¢ qjln Aspectual â¢ qjln Evidential