AureliaeLacrimae Posted December 7, 2014 Report Share Posted December 7, 2014 This is from a Grammar book: Norwegian: An Essential Grammar, so it should be correct.Personal Pronouns Subject form/Nominative Object form/AccusativeSingular1st person jeg (I) meg (me)2nd person du/De (you) deg /Dem (you)3rd person han (he) ham (him) hun (she) henne (her) den/det (it) den/det (it)Plural1st person vi (we) oss (us)2nd person dere/De (you) dere/Dem (you)3rd person de (they) dem (them)As you can see, plural doesn't make difference in between gender of third person. Note: The capital you (De/Dem) is the polite form.Reflexive PronounsSingular1st person meg (myself)2nd person deg /Dem (yourself)3rd person seg (himself/herself/itself/oneself)Plural1st person oss (ourselves)2nd person dere/Dem (yourselves)3rd person seg (themselves)As you see, the pattern is reminiscent of Latin - no distinction in 3rd person, either singular or plural.Demonstrative pronounsNorwegian has two main demonstrative pronouns which correspond to English this/these and that/those. They inflect for number and gender.Masc/Fem: den (that) denne (this)Neuter: det (that) dette (this)Plural: de (those) disse (these) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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