Albanian Pronouns

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Albanian Pronouns

Learning the Albanian Pronouns displayed below is vital to the language. Albanian pronouns include personal pronouns (refer to the persons speaking, the persons spoken to, or the persons or things spoken about), indefinite pronouns, relative pronouns (connect parts of sentences) and reciprocal or reflexive pronouns (in which the object of a verb is being acted on by verb's subject).

Grammar Tips:

In English personal pronouns are (I, you, he, she, it, we, you, they), and (me, you, him, her, it, us, you, them), In Albanian, the personal pronouns are:

Unë (I), ti (you), ai (he), ajo (she), 

Ne (we), Ju (you plural)ata (they masc.), ato (they fem.)

Examples: Unë mësoj (I learn), ti mëson (you learn), ai mëson (he learns), ajo mëson (she learns), Ju mësoni (you learn [polite]), ne mësojmë (we learn), ju mësoni (you learn [plural, friendly]), ata mësojnë (they learn), ata/ato mësojnë (they learn), ju mësoni (you learn [plural, polite]).

Indirect Object Pronouns:

Indirect object pronouns are words that replace the indirect object, which is usually a person.

Unë/mua (me), iti (you), i tij/ e/saj/ ytja (him, her, you (formal), neve (us), juve (you), tyre (them):

Examples: Ma jep librin (give me the book). Të dua (I love you).

Possessive Pronouns:

 i imi (mine masc.),  e imja (mine fem.), mia (mine, plural masc.), të míat (mine, plural fem.), tuat (yours), të tij/të saj (his, hers), tonat (ours), të juve (yours), të tyre (theirs). 

Here are some examples:

English PronounsAlbanian Pronouns
youti (singular), ju (plural) [subject form]
theyata (masc.); ato (fem.)
youty; ju [objective form]
her"atë (fem. objective form); e saj (possessive form)"
usne; neve (objective form)
themata, ato (plural, objective form)

Notice the structure of the Pronouns in Albanian has a logical pattern. Locate the Pronouns above and see how it works with the rest of the sentence in Albanian.

Note: 2nd person singular ti is the familiar form, used when addressing a close friend, a child, or e member of one's family. The polite form of address is 2nd person plural ju. Notice that the pronoun unë (I) is not written with a capital in Albanian.

Unlike English, the Albanian language has two different forms for the 3rd person plural, respectively, Ata, which is masculine and Ato , which is feminine.

List of Pronouns in Albanian

Below is a list of the Personal pronouns, indefinite pronouns, relative pronouns, reciprocal or reflexive pronouns in Albanian placed in a table. Memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Albanian vocabulary.

English PronounsAlbanian Pronouns
mytim(masc.); time (fem.)
yourtënd (singl. masc.); tënde (singl. Fem.)
hise tij
here saj
theire tyre
minei imi(masc.); e imja (fem.)
yoursi yti (masc.); e jotja (fem.)
hise tij
oursi yni (masc.); e jona (fem.)
theirse tyrja
I speakFlas
you speakti flet (sing.); ju flisni (pl.)
he speaksai flet
she speaksajo flet
we speakne flasim
they speakata/ato flasin
give memë jep (sing.); më jepni (pl.)
të jap ty (sing.); ju jap juve (pl.)
give himjepi atij (sing.); jepini atij (pl.)
give herjepi asaj (sing.); jepini asaj (pl.)
give usna jepni
give themjepu atyre; jepuni atyre
my booklibri im (subjective form)
your booklibri yt (singl.); libri juaj (pl.) (subjective form)
his booklibri i tij (subjective form)
her booklibri i saj (subjective form)
our booklibri yne (subjective form)
their booklibri i tyre (subjective form)

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