Let's learn to talk about one than one person at a time. Pay attention to the ending of each word, and try to remember how it is different than the word for the single person.
To talk about more than one of a person (rather than a thing), you add the ending -g. (Sometimes, the -g needs a vowel in front of it, making it -ug or -ig.) (When it comes after a -a or a -q, the ending is always -q, never -g.) And if the ending is added to -i or -u, those sounds come out as -i' and -u', as in gisigu'g.
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