“Your ones. (It.)”
“Your ones. (Them.)”
“Ourselves. (Your one self and myself.)”
The following shows the final suffixes -vgi, -vi, -v, -ei as they were used in 1844. Even though it is not reflected in a lot of modern teaching materials, there are communities which still use the -ᎥᎩ suffix.
Language and culture which are not shared and taught openly and freely will die. If our language and culture die, as a people, so do we.
This is an introductory course to the GRAMMAR of the Cherokee Language and is not a "conversational" sentences memorization course.