This feature asks whether a language has a grammaticalized dual-plural distinction, e.g. Tok Pisin yu 'you (SG)', yupela 'you (PL)', yutupela 'you (DU)'. In some languages, such a special form occurs in all three persons, and in one language, it occurs only in the first person.
|No special dual form||66|
|Dual form in all three persons||8|
|Dual form only in first person||1|
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