Personal Pronouns - 39

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Personal Pronouns. 


There are three persons.
 
These are used for a person or persons speaking, spoken to, or spoken of.
 
The First Person, which stands for the person who is speaking.
 
The Second Person, which stands for the person who is spoken to.
 
The Third Person, which stands for the person who is spoken of.
 
The Personal Pronouns are as follows.}
  

First Person.

Nominative.

Objective.

Possessive.

SingularI

Me

My or mine

PluralWe

Us

Our or ours

  

Second Person.

Nominative.

Objective.

Possessive.

Singular: You (thou*)

You (thee*)

You or yours

(thy* or thine*)

Plural: You (ye*)

You

You or yours

  

Third Person.

Nominative.

Objective.

Possessive.

Singular (masculine): He

Him

His

Singular (feminine): She

Her

Her or hers

Singular (neuter): It 

It

Its (NOT It’s)

Plural (masculine, feminine or neuter): They

Them

Their or theirs

  
You will notice in these tables that the only pronouns which show gender are those of the Third Person singular: He, she and it; him and her; hers and its.
 
*Of these pronouns Thou, thee, thy, thine and ye are no longer used, except in dialects, though they are frequent in older speech and literature, especially in poetry and drama. Instead of them we now use you, which is really a plural and so takes a plural verb.

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