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This page is about Tokian nouns and pronouns.
Tokian singular nouns always end with "-o". For an example, a word floro(means flower) ends with -o. And Tokian plural nouns always end with "-a". To change Tokian singular noun into plural noun, remove the final -o and put -a. For an example, plural form of floro is flora(flowers). And there is no irregular noun in Toko.
Proper nouns doesn't end with -o and/or -a. They are just same as English. For example, London means London, Caesar means Caesar. But, when proper noun is made-up with normal words, it must translated to Toko, and first letter of it should changed to capital letter. For an Example, Grati waro means Great wall.
Tokian nouns had three gender; masculine, feminine, neuter. To gave noun gender, put prefix - masculine prefix mi-, feminine prefix fi-, neuter prefix ni-. For an example, go(person) could be changed to migo(man), figo(woman), nigo(person).
Personal pronouns Edit
¹: Third person, and don't need to know his/her gender.
Demonstrative pronouns Edit
As like in English, Toko has four demonstrative pronouns. They are: δo, δa, θo, θa. Each of these means: this, these, that, those.
Indefinite pronoun Edit
To use indefinite pronoun, please use uno(one).