Lesson Thirty Three
Person markers and possessive pronouns corresponding to he, they (m.), you (m. sg.), and I are much more common in the Qur’ān than persons referring to you ( f. pl.) and you (dual ). However, a few instances of the less common types are found. The following tables include all the person markers and possessive/object pronouns found in the sūras introduced in this book:
widespread than others. There are many more instances of pronouns corresponding to my/me, their/them (m.), than pronouns corresponding to dual and feminine plural persons.