Cantonese Short Lesson 2 : ✍ Basic Pronouns! ✍
Welcome to the second lesson of Cantonese! Hope you are all still alive :)
Anyway, tonight (day) we are going through one of the core parts of an apple: Pronouns. Not the slang ones, but the written ones.
They are as follows:
我 = I (ngo, as in on)
你 = You (nay)
您 = You (polite) (nay)
他 = He (tá:)
她 = She (tá:)
它 = It (tá:)
我們 = We (o mòòn)
你們 = You all (nay mòòn)
您們 = You all (polite) (nay mòòn)
他們 = They (masculine, usually) (tá: mòòn)
她們 = They (feminine, usually) (tá: mòòn)
它們 = They (objects) (tá: mòòn)
Thank you for reading this. Questions are welcome!
们 can be written as 們 in Mandarin, too. The former uses Simplified Chinese and the latter uses Traditional Chinese. In Taiwan, for example, the character 們 would be used instead of the simplified counterpart. In fact, all of the characters taught in this discussion are written the same in Traditional Mandarin Chinese.