11.2 Personal Pronouns
Most of the time, the individual personal pronoun appears as the subject or in apposition to the subject (details → §§ 44, 47 and 52).
The pronoun of the 1st person has one common form for both genders. Forms are different in the 2nd and 3rd person masculine and feminine. There is not a neuter form. In cases where we would put a neuter in German, a feminine form is often used (→ § 11.4).
Suffixes are personal pronouns that have been connected to form an ending with the preceding word. They appear on particles, nouns, and verbs. (Forms → § 11.1)
The forms of suffixes are basically always the same. However, in cases of additions on particles, nominals, and verbs, some distinctive features arise → §§ 12.1–12.5, § 14.2, § 17 and § 33. ← 34 | 35 →
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