Pronoun[personal]. I (first person singular ergative - transitive subject pronoun); this pronoun is usually attached to the time word or introductory conjunction in a sentence if one is present: yagwaN, Ndm, Nm, łaN, naN, adaN, dziłaN. Occasionally if there is no time word this pronoun can occur by itself - see last example below)
Ndm gaadn. I will take you up.
"'Lii t'aan a hak'ooyu nm 'a̱m welin," dayag̱at, 'Sit on my back, I will pack you,' he said,
"Nm k'a gwiniitsntu ha'lig̱almiilgm da k'wan," 'I will show our playground to you,'
"Ayn" dayag̱at "akadi nm di da'a̱xgit." 'No,' he said, 'I will not be able to.'
A ndm habooln. So that I will take charge of you.
Ada ndm ama di yaan. I will lead you properly.
a ndm di yaan to lead you in order to lead you.
Nan lip baxyaa'nu da 'awaas Lucille. I went up to Lucille's by myself.
'Adan bax gyiint da k'üülda na sadzaamu. And I gave them a jar of my jam.
Nan 'yag̱a yaa'nu ła g̱oyt'iksa gyipayginsk. I walked down when the plane came.
Ndm gwin di yaan dzida 'wah wa'ansgn. I'll report you if you don't listen.
Ndm gwindiyaan dzi da 'wah wa'ansgn. I'll report you if you don't listen.
Gyidi haytg'nu łan 'nax'nuu ḵ'o'osg̱an. I stopped when I heard the woodpecker.
Nan gyislooyg'nu da Kyoto. I moved to Kyoto.
Yagwan gyis t'amt'am dzaps Mildred. I am copying Mildred's work/writing.
Nan dm hitown'nu. I was to go to town… (note: the final n in town is not pronounced before 'nu)
'Aap'axdut Kerri łan hi niist. I remembered Kerri when I first saw her.
Nan ḵ'a̱la daawł'nu da gyigyaani ndm nii dza ama baa g̱oodu. I went up to see if my heart is working well.
"Wah" dayag̱ada sm'ooygida gwa'a" dzi małn n yaawsas wegi da gwa'a," dayag̱at. 'Well,' said the chief, 'tell my brother I remember him with this gift,' he said.