In Grammar, 'person' is a way of referring to someone.
Person' is a category to identify a person speaking, a person to whom a speaker is talking, and those about who are speaking.
There are three persons in Grammar.
- First person
- Second person
- Third person
In Grammar, the personal pronouns are- I, we, you, he, she, it, and they.
- When one person is mentioned is called the singular number.
- When more than one person is mentioned is called the plural number.
The first person
We use this category from the point of view of the speaker.
It's singular- I, and plural- we.
The second person
We use this category for those to whom are spoken.
It's singular- you, and plural also- you.
The Third person
We use this category for everyone else except the first and second person.
It's singular-he, she, it, any other person, they, and any other persons.
- To know about persons is very important before knowing the tense.
Let's see the numbers of persons in tabular form.
Have a look
|Person||Singular Number||Plural Number
| First person ||I ||We
|Second person ||You||You
|Third person ||He|
- Use of 'am': profession
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