Subjects and Objects in Verbs

Mitla Ruina Spanish verb endings indicate the subject of a sentence.
hablo ‘I speak’
hablas you speak’
habla he/she/it speaks’
Isthmus Zapotec verb endings also indicate subjects.
rizaya' I walk’     
rizalu' you walk’
rizabe he/she/it walks’ 
Subject endings attach to the Mayo verb only if there is no other word in the sentence to which it may attach.
téba'urene
hunger-I
‘I am hungry’
béjane
already-I
téba'ure
hunger
‘I am already hungry’
In Tzeltal, spoken in Chiapas, the subject of a transitive verb is indicated at the beginning, while the subject of the intransitive verb is indicated with an ending.
jna I know
ana you know
sna he/she/it knows
talon I went
talat you went
tal he/she/it went
Both subjects and objects are indicated at the beginning of Nahuatl verbs, spoken in the State of Michoacán.
nikita I see him
tikita you see him
kita he sees him
nimitsita I see you
mitsita he sees you
tinechita you see me
nechita he sees me