Pronumeşe - Pronouns
I - baen
You (informal) - to
He/She/It - o (long o as in the oo in food)
We - ma (the a sounds like that in Malta)
You (formal) - siz
They - eşun
I forgot to point out that she means: one (pronounced o-ne)
So he = on; she = one; it = o
ma Baegemüz (here the ü is an example of vowel harmony)
siz Baegesünüz (ü again shows vowel harmony)
on/o Baeg but one Baegi
on/o Çael but one Çaeli
on/o Paed but one Paedi
As you can see, suffixes are only added to nouns and verbs. A simple rule: when there is a preposition following or preceding a noun or a verb, you always add the suffix (corresponding to that preposition) to either the noun or verb preceding it.
Eg. I want to go to the movies.
Kinem çahaem (the suffix "em" denoting "to" is appended to the conjugated verb çahaem)
Eg. I met the Duke of Normandy.
Melilaen Hercenukezh Normaeñede. (the suffix "ezh" denoting "of" is appended to the noun Duke). However, there are other suffixes that can mean "of" depending on the context.
Eg. His uncle sat under the tree all day long.
Ţreydehoş baetelhalinde heruz ozen. (the possessive pronoun his, denoted by "hoş" is appended to the noun "ţrey" or "uncle"; the preposition "halinde", meaning under" is appended to the fonjugated verb baetel (he/it sat); finally day means ruz and all means "her" - so in this case, there is a prefix attached to the noun - heruz (one r is deleted as a double letter cannot exist.)