I am currently working on coding and standardizing the language of my community.
There is something we do when we speak, that so far I haven't encountered in the other languages that I've delved into, or in my linguistics and language studies.
We rarely ever conjugate a verb with a noun as a subject, we always just bring back the pronoun.
So for example, saying "the cat is here" would be unnatural, we would say "the cat it's here."
This is almost always the case!
"us we're hungry"
"the girl she's laughing"
"the door it's over there"
"the heat it was terrible"
We use it a bit less for the 3rd person plural, but still frequently.
Is there a name for this phenomenon? Do any other languages do this?