Antecedent of that personal pronoun, please; who may the 'she' in question be?
These are formed by the addition of the personal pronoun in a fuller form.
Here I must express the hope that my readers will excuse the frequent use of the personal pronoun.
The redundant use of the personal pronoun with the relative is common.
As a general rule, therefore, whenever we use a verb reflectively we use the word self in combination with the personal pronoun.
Both Greeks and Romans might recognise their first personal pronoun έγω or ego in go, or as it is sometimes written ngo.
Note the use of the definite article instead of a personal pronoun.
If instead of John, we had a personal pronoun, we should say all fled but him.
Tera is often used in an emphatic way for the personal pronoun of the third person singular.
A personal pronoun has two cases the nominative and the objective.