Tagalog Pronouns, Gender, and Number

Tagalog pronouns used in place of persons can be grouped as follows: 

Number/Person

subject pronouns

object pronouns

possessive pronouns

One/singular
First
Second
third

ako-I

ikaw-you,ka-you
siya-he/she

ko-me

mo-you
niya-her/his

akin-mine

iyo-yours
kanya-his/hers

Double/Two
First

Second


Third

Kita-we/you and I, tayo - we [inclusive-the two of us]
kayo-you [exclusive-the two of you]
sila - them

natin-we


ninyo-you [exclusive]

nila-them

atin-ours


inyo-your

kanila-theirs

Plural
First
Second
Third

kami-we

kayo-you
sila-they

namin-us

ninyo-you
nila-them

amin-our

inyo-your
kanila - their


Tagalog pronouns must have unity with nouns in number and gender.

Singular Pronouns

Plural Pronouns

Nanalo si Pacquiao. (Pacquio won.) 
Nanalo siya.

Nanalo sina Pacquiao. (Pacquiao and company won.[or Pacquiao and those 
with Pacquiao won.])
Nanalo sila. (They won.)

Disenyo ng modista(Dressmaker's design) 
Disenyo niya or Kanyangdisenyo (Her design)

Disenyo ng mga modista 
(Dressmakers' design)
Disenyo nila or Kanilang disenyo (Their design)

Pelikula ni Brilliantes (Film of Brilliantes or Film by Brilliantes)
Pelikula niya or Kanyangpelikula (His film)

Pelikula nina Brilliantes at Meily 
(Film of/by Brilliantes and Meily)
Pelikula nila or Kanilang pelikula (Their film)

Bibisita si Marina sa bayan.(Marina will visit the town.) 
Bibisita siya sa bayan. (She will visit the town.)

Bibisita sina Marina sa mga bayan-bayan.
(Marina and company will visit towns.)
Bibisita sila sa mga bayan-bayan. (They will visit the towns.)

Isusumbong ka ni Mario kay Tulfo. (Mario will report you to Tulfo.) 
Isusumbong ka niya kay Tulfo. (He will report you to Tulfo.)

Isusumbong ka nina Ka Obet kina Tulfo at Sanchez. 
(Ka Obet and company will report you to Tulfo and Sanchez.)
Isusumbong ka nila kina Tulfo at Sanchez. (They will report you to Tulfo and Sanchez.)

Learn about other Parts of Speech in Tagalog aside from Tagalog Pronouns