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Comment from: David Roberts [Visitor]
Even in English (and in most if not all Indo-european languages) the second person plural is ambiguous.
It makes no distinction between whether the person(s) addressed is/are included or not. In Malay and related languages they have two different words for "we", depending whether the person/persons addressed is included or not.To confuse things further, in several UK dialects "us" is often used where standard English uses "me", and many Geordies (N/E England) take it a stage further and use the "Royal We" instead of "I"
12/13/10 @ 16:21

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