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>So, in other words, if your conlang doesn't inflect nouns, go ahead with
>uninflected pronouns, but if it does, you'll need to inflect pronouns,
>tho nothing's stopping you from making that inflection regular, as I
>do!  T=E1lkwa, for instance, means "I" in intransitive sentences, "me" i=
n
>transitive (ergative syntax), T=E1lkwaz means "to me", -z is dative.

The nouns are not inflected at all. They stay the same for person, there
is no gender at all, and plurals are indicated by a particle that goes
before the noun. They also dont inflect for number either.



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