4. If the subject is expressed by a number and a person, the following rules apply to the agreement: Some pronouns, z.B. all, someone, enough and more, always have the same form. However, many others change shape after a no bite they represent. The change may indicate « Number » (singular/plural), « gender, » « case » (subject/object) or « person » (loque/recipient/other person). Examples are: all the determinants, the two, several, some, a) little and zero look like words of numbers that need a narrative noun following to be plural in shape (although all, some and zero can accompany unique nouns that are unspeakable, for example. B all information). Additional care is needed for everyone who, despite his or her duality of meaning, can never have a plural name with all (cf. 169. « All, » « Everyone » and « Everyone »). In some cases, the agreement between verbal agents and subjects is governed by fairly complex rules.
The following paragraphs are not considered rigid; they are given only as guidelines. If you want to use a single word and replace it with a pronoun, make sure that the two words match both in number and gender. Changes in numbers such as those mentioned above are common in informal situations. However, they are not yet accepted in speeches and formal letters. To avoid them, try to make the precursor pluralistic or rephrase the sentence to omit the pronoun: in the following sentences, pronouns and their predecessors correspond in numbers, because they are both singular: the rules of agreement subject-verbal sometimes help to show whether a word in a text is a verb or not. For example, if we see the increase in prices combined, we will know by the absence of a final increase, that this must be a noun, because a verb with price as a single theme should be increases. If the increase is a Nov, the price must be a Nov, which describes it in an adjective way (see 38. Nomen Used like Addjectives) – and the verb of the phrase will be elsewhere. The English agreement is a grammatical indication that two or more neighbouring words share some of their meaning. A well-known example is the « subject-verbal » chord, in which a verb has a singular or plural form, according to which of these two meanings are present in a noun or pronodem that is its subject.
Number and clarity of the NP which must be doubled by a pronoun. Undetermined NPs Singuliers are generally not doubled by pronouns. The doubling of some singular NPNs is optional and the doubling of plural PMNs is almost always mandatory: (a) Construction with the predicate in the singular expresses a somewhat passive idea: in total, there seem to be three main types of combinations for which there is a concordance. In addition to verbs and their subjects, we find certain adjective words that correspond to a name that usually follows them, but sometimes goes ahead, and pronouns that correspond to nouns or their equivalents. Each of these types has certain features that may be related to the success of reading and/or writing. 2 It is clear that, historically, this pair also contains an immutable name and a numbered adjective klé (singular) / ple (plural) `small`. The plural form also contains two copies of ŋ̀, probably a reduced version of the plural marker nṵ̀ŋ̀, so that the plural form lɔ́mléŋ̀ is derived from the ŋ̀ the ŋ̀-plé. The same plural marker, even if not productive synchronously, could be responsible for the final consonant in the Beng figures as pl`2`, the initial consonant of the 3pl pronoun sign and the final consonant of the 1pl pronoun ā̰ŋ̄.