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A personal pronoun is like a handy replacement for a specific person or a bunch of people. It's what we use instead of saying their names all the time. So, these pronouns change depending on who we're talking about (first, second, or third person), how many of them there are (one or more), and whether they're a guy, a gal, or just a thing.

Here are the personal pronouns we use in English:

1. First person singular: I, me, my, mine Example: "I'm off to the store."

2. Second person singular: you, your, yours Example: "Did you bring your book?"

3. Third person singular:

   a. Masculine: he, him, his Example: "He's a tall dude."

   b. Feminine: she, her, hers Example: "She's reading a book."

   c. Neuter: it, its Example: "The cat licked its paw."

4. First person plural: we, us, our, ours Example: "We're all going to the party."

5. Second person plural: you, your, yours Example: "Are you guys coming to the meeting?"

6. Third person plural:

   a. Masculine: they, them, their, theirs Example: "They're playing soccer."

   b. Feminine: they, them, their, theirs Example: "The girls finished their project."

   c. Neuter: they, them, their, theirs Example: "The animals found their way home."

Personal pronouns are super helpful in talking and writing 'cause they save us from repeating names all the time. They make things shorter and snappier.

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