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Person: person

Values: 1 2 3

Person is a feature of personal and possessive pronouns / determiners, and of auxiliaries / verbs. On verbs it is in fact an agreement feature that marks the person of the verb’s subject. Person marked on verbs makes it unnecessary to always add a personal pronoun as subject and thus subjects are sometimes dropped (Armenian is a pro-drop language).

We also apply the feature Person[psor] to denote the person of the possessor on nominal or pronominal elements.

1: first person

In singular, the first person refers just to the speaker / author. In plural, it must include the speaker and one or more additional persons.

Examples

2: second person

In singular, the second person refers to the addressee of the utterance / text. In plural, it may mean several addressees and optionally some third persons too.

Examples

3: third person

The third person refers to one or more persons that are neither speakers nor addressees.

Examples


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