-te1

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

2

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

3

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.