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Czech Grammar

Czech Grammar

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Czech language grammar
Czech language grammar

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singular

plural

masculine

neuter

feminine

ÒlongÓ

ÒshortÓ

ÒlongÓ

ÒshortÓ

N

on

ono

ona oni, ony, ona

G

jeho

ho

jeho

ho

j’

jich

D

jemu

mu

jemu

mu

j’

jim

A jeho, jej jej, ho, -°

je

ji

je

L

n«m

n«m

n’

nich

I

j’m

j’m

j’

jimi
The initial j- of the genitive, dative, accusative, and instrumental is replaced by n- ([-])
whenever a pronoun is preceded by a preposition; because the locative case appears only with
prepositions, pronouns are cited only in their n- forms. Masculine accusative jej can serve in
both enclitic and non-enclitic roles; is uncommon and restricted only to position after
prepositions ending in a vowel: na° Ôonto him/itÕ. In the plural, gender is distinguished only in
the nominative case: oni masculine animate, ony masculine inanimate + feminine, ona neuter.

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