I haven't forgotten about my pal Aymara
Though I doubt I'll be able to present a text in the language.
Time shall tell.
Pronouns and Possession:
As can be seen, the suffix -naka is used to make the plural forms of the pronouns. This is also what is generally used with nouns as well, when necessary to mark plural.
As for the 1st person plural (we), there are three forms:
nanaka = "exclusive" we (listener not included)
jiwasa = "inclusive" we, for groups of up to four people (listener included)
jiwasanaka = same as jiwasa except that it is for more than four people
For possession the following suffixes are needed with the item possessed:
As can be seen, the 2nd and 3rd person suffixes are the same for singular and plural. However, that still does not complete the picture. We still need one more suffix, -na.
-Na attaches to the possessor:
nayana - my, mine
jumana - your
Lucasana - Lucas'
How about a few examples?
Nayan sutixax Franciskuwa.
naya-na suti-xa-xa Francisku-wa
I-POSS name-POSS-TOPIC Francisku-KNOW
My name [is] Francisku.
Ukax juman yapumawa.
uka-xa juma-na yapu-ma-wa
that-TOPIC you-POSS garden-POSS_2nd-KNOW
That [is] your garden.