Suto ('we'), utere ('you') and ané ('they') can be any number of individuals (or objects in the case of the third person). There does exist a special expression that insists on 'the two of us', which is suto ndo (lit. 'we two'). The same holds for the other plural pronouns (suto ndo, utere ndo, ané ndo 'the two of us, the two of you, the two of them'). This "dual form" is fairly common in daily speech, but it is probably not a grammatical dual form, as utere tre ('the three of you') is also possible.