Coptic Bohairic Introductory Course
7.1 Independent Personal Pronouns : 7.1.1 Form : Person Singular
a nok n yok
you (m) you (f)
n yof n yoc
7.1.2 Uses in the Nominal Sentence : 18.104.22.168 In Two-Member Sentence : They are frequently used as predicates in a two-member sentence, usually followed by ' pe ' unless in the third person singular feminine or the third person plural, as follows: a nok pe it is I a non pe it is we n yo pe it is you (f) 22.214.171.124 In Three-Member Sentence : They may appear in the ordinary subject or predicate positions in a three-member sentence, as follows: n yof pe pi. , rictoc He is the Christ n yof ou.nou] pe he is a god nef.ebiaik pe a non we are his servants 7.2 Interrogative Pronouns : 7.2.1 Form : nim; who? as; what? ou; what?
Note: The question mark in Coptic is ';', like Greek.
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