ngâh4ŋɤhpro1unspecified subject (UNS), may indicate anyone or everyone in general, or someone the speaker doesn’t know or doesn’t want to nameMa ân idoq táq thét ma lâyq ngâh iyư.But what UNS had done wrong UNS didn’t remember.Carna ngâh tumóung.The way one lives.Ngâh is usually replaced by clitic i= before one syllable verbs, as in the first example. Can be used in a clause modifying a noun where English would use a ‘to’ or ‘for’ purpose clause:; Ngâh precedes a one-syllable verb when an adverbial occurs between it and the verb, as in the example below.9.2.3Pronouns22nd person in commands and wishesA–i dơi bâl boup tông achưng acư, ngâh iyư tốq nô ra!Mother kept instructing me, (you) remember in the future.Ngâh cachan hoc hanh o hôi uráq u–ar.(You) eagerly study so capable of writing.A name or 2nd person pronoun is rarely used in a command.

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