Datapoint Kobon / Politeness Distinctions in Pronouns

Language:Kobon
Feature:Politeness Distinctions in Pronouns by Johannes Helmbrecht
Value:No politeness distinction

Examples

Sentence 3785:

If a pronoun is used to address or refer to one or more persons in the following categories the pronouns must be the plural form: (i) a female relative through marriage of a male ego (except wife of ego); (ii) the wife of a male cross-cousin of a male ego; (iii) husband's brother; and (iv) the husband of a female cross-cousin of a female ego. If a pronoun is used to address or refer to certain male affines of a male ego the pronoun must be dual.

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