pronI (1st person singular).Ergative/genitive set. If the actor is first person singular and the recipient is
second person singular the -te has to be used rather than -ku.
I; let us (dual)Tilewtekewbangine iyan.I am asking you what that is.Boˈotesaˈkew nabuˈ sumu.I will take you shopping tomorrow.ku


pronLet us (dual) (do s.t.).If the actor is dual and the recipient is third person or plural, the -te also has to be used.Sūng kite duk tilewte iye.Let us go and let us ask her.Sūngte, akahante siyeLet us go and let us tell them.kite


pronOne, one’s (impersonal pronoun).Ergative/genitive set.Bangne kite niyaˈ anak-andate, seddili ne kite duk kasubulten.When one has a family (lit. one’s child-wife), one (behaves) differently from (the time of) one’s bachelorhood.