From: "Carlos Thompson" <[log in to unmask]> > wo: the addressee (either one or several person) > un wo: only you (you singular) > wowo: y'all, you guys (you plural) > muti wo: several of you. > wari wo: a few of you. > wo: you (either singular or plural) > etc. The Chinese use "wo" for the first person singular, this would caution me from choosing it for an IAL, I'd suggest you consider the similiarity of some words that they may not form false cognates where possible. One situation that is similar to this is Esperanto's "ni" which sounds like Chinese "ni" for second person singular and Hebrew's " a'ni " which is a first person singular, how international is that ??? :-))) Since, Jay B.