Macedonian Pronouns

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Macedonian Pronouns

Learning the Macedonian Pronouns displayed below is vital to the language. Macedonian 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 Macedonian, the personal pronouns are:

Јас (I), ти (you), тој (he), таа (she), тoa (it)

Ние (we), вие (you), тие (they)

Examples: јас учам (I learn), ти учиш (you learn), тој учи (he learns), таа учи (she learns), Вие учите (you learn [polite]), ние учиме (we learn), вие учите (you learn [plural, friendly]), тие учат (they learn), Вие учите (you learn [plural, polite]).

Indirect Object Pronouns:

Indirect object pronouns are words that replace the indirect object, which is usually a person. In the Macedonian language, there are long and short forms (used in direct and indirect speech as well)

мене ме (me), тебе те (you), него го (him), неа ја (her), него го (it), нас нè (us), вас ве (you), ним им (them):

Examples: Дај ми ја книгата (give me the book). Јас те сакам тебе(I love you).

Possessive Pronouns:

The possessive pronoun depends on the noun. If the noun is masculine gender, the possessive pronoun must be of masculine gender. The same goes for feminine and neuter gender nouns, as well as for the plural.

 

SINGULAR

PLURAL

Masculine gender

Feminine gender

Neuter gender

Plural gender

my, mine

мој

моја

мое

мои

yours

твој

твоја

твое

твои

his

негов

негова

негово

негови

hers

нејзин

нејзини

нејзино

нејзини

its

негов

негова

негово

негови

ours

наш

наша

наше

наши

yours (plural)

ваш

ваша

ваше

ваши

theirs

нивен

нивна

нивно

нивни


Here are some examples:

English PronounsMacedonian Pronouns
PronounsZamenki - Заменки
IЈas - Јас
youti / vie - ти / вие
hetoј - тој
shetaa - таа
wenie - ние
theytie - тие
memene / me - мене / ме
youtebe te / vas ve - тебе те / вас ве
himnego go - него го
herneјze јa - нејзе ја
usnas ne - нас не
themniv gi - нив ги
mymoј - мој
yourtvoј / va6 - твој / ваш
hisnegov - негов
herneјzin - нејзин
ourna6 - наш
theirniven - нивен
minemoј - мој
yourstvoј / va6 - твој / ваш
hisnegov - негов
hersneјzin - нејзин
oursna6 - наш
theirsniven - нивен

Notice the structure of the Pronouns in Macedonian.

List of Pronouns in Macedonian

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

English PronounsMacedonian Pronouns
I speakЈas zboruvam - Јас зборувам
you speakti zboruva6 / vie zboruvate - ти зборуваш / вие зборувате
he speakstoј zboruva - тој зборува
she speaksTaa zboruva - Таа зборува
we speakzboruvame - зборуваме
they speaktie zboruvaat - тие зборуваат
give medaј mi - дај ми
give youti dava tebe / vi dava vas - ти дава тебе / ви дава вас
give himdaј mu - дај му
give herdaј i - дај и
give usdaј ni - дај ни
give themdaј im - дај им
my bookmoјata kniga - мојата книга
your booktvoјata kniga / va6ata kniga - твојата книга / вашата книга
his bookNegovata kniga - Неговата книга
her bookneјzinata kniga - нејзината книга
our bookna6ata kniga - нашата книга
their booknivnata kniga - нивната книга

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