Template talk:Portuguese personal pronouns
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- I agree, with these provisions:
- It contains an error: it's ‘com ele’ &c. when not reflexive.
- Traditionally cases are ordered vertically in most courses, let's stick to that custom.
- The reflexives unnecessarily clutter things up. There really is only one reflexive pronoun which is identical even in singular an plural; let's give it its own column. (Row in the current form.)
- ‘você’ &c. aren't really pronouns, they're nouns that are used in place of pronouns in some cases I think that as is they clutter up the table and should be moved to their own columns. Also, regardless of semantics, they're all grammatically 3rd person. —This unsigned comment was added by 188.8.131.52 (talk).
- Note that I’ve already rebuild the template since that was posted. It’s already much more precise than how it was.
- Você, o senhor and a gente are certainly pronouns in modern Portuguese, and information about widely used pronouns is not clutter. — Ungoliant (Falai) 22:55, 16 May 2013 (UTC)
- "Accusative (direct object) / Dative (indirect object) / Oblique"
Oblique (cp. oblique case) is a hyperonym to dative and accusative, making it unexplainable and confusing. According to mim, it's a "prepositional pronoun", a form used with prepositions... -184.108.40.206 05:48, 7 April 2018 (UTC)