Personal Pronoun :
I am glad.
We are glad.
You are glad.
They are glad.
He (she, it) is glad.
I, we, you, he, (she, it), they are called Personal Pronouns because they stand for the three persons,

i. the person speaking.
ii. the person spoken to, and
iii. the person spoken of.

The Pronouns I and we, which denote the person or persons speaking, are said to be Personal Pronouns of the First Person.

The Pronoun you, which denotes the person or persons spoken to, is said to be a Personal Pronoun of the Second Person.

The pronouns he (she) and they, which denote the person or persons spoken of, are said to be Personal Pronouns of the Third Person.

It, although it denotes the thing spoken of, is also called a Personal Pronoun of the Third Person.

Personal Pronoun Forms:

First Person
  Singular Plural
Nominative I we
Possessive my, mine our, ours
me us

 

Second Person
  Singular / Plural
Nominative You
Possessive Your, Yours
Accusative You

 

Third Person
  Singular   Plural
  Masculine Feminine Neuter All Genders
Nominative he she it they
Possessive his her, hers its their, theirs
Accusative him her it them

Learn more about Pronoun and Types of Pronouns here.

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