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adverbial appositive pronouns agree appositive pronouns distinguish Bantu belongs to class body-part class of nouns complete sentence consonants cottonwood tree coupler is singular d"omu direct object dual i"n eighty-one combinations elements exister or mover expressed formally distinguished Free pronouns glottal stop glottally affected glottis harsh laryngeal hepaha'a high level short I-him-saw imperative mode jump class laryngeal h last member level long linguistic little stone low falling long mid falling long mid level mover in relation nasalized noun belongs noun compounds noun plus noun nouns denoting nouns of class numerous class orthography plural i'i plural number Prefixed pronouns denoting pronominal pronoun form pronoun-verb cluster pronouns denoting subject pronouns distinguish singular referential object Referential prefixed pronouns San Ildefonso School of American second member sentence-pitch short tone simultaneous round singular and dual singular i'i six classes sounds state-verbs TEWA LANGUAGE third person singular ts'e Verb forms verbs denoting position vowel