There are two kinds of articles in Friulian
They vary according to the person, the number, and the logical function:
Stressed pronouns are used after prepositions: cun me, par te, in exclamations: puar me! 'poor me!', or for emphasis in preference to the unstressed direct object pronouns mi, ti, lu ... : ti clami te, no lui 'I'm calling you, not him'.
The pleonastic pronoun is used between the subject and the verb as a re-enforcement of the subject. Its use is obligatory, except when the verb is preceded by another unstressed pronoun.
right: jo mi impari il Furlan
wrong: jo o mi impari il Furlan
Possessive adjectives/pronouns (my, your... mine, yours...) always agree in gender and number with the object possessed. The forms are the same for adjectives and pronouns.
There are two demonstrative adjectives/pronouns in Friulian. Chest (this) and chel (that). Chel chi, chel ca have the same meaning as chest.
The indefinite adjectives/pronouns alc, ogni, ognisei, cualchi, cualsisei , ... have only one form; ciert, diviers, putrop, dut, nissun, pôc, tant, altri, stes, tâl ,change form according to gender and number.
The relative pronoun
There is only one relative pronoun in Friulian, che (that, which, who, whom). Its function in the sentence is clarified by the other pronouns or prepositions by which it is accompanied.