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A personal pronoun is a type of pronoun that is used to refer to a specific person or group of people. Personal pronouns replace nouns and function as substitutes for the names of individuals or groups. They vary based on the grammatical person (first person, second person, or third person), number (singular or plural), and gender (masculine, feminine, or neuter) they represent.

Here are the personal pronouns in English:

1. First person singular: I, me, my, mine Example: "I am going 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 is tall."
   b. Feminine: she, her, hers Example: "She is reading a book."

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

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

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

6. Third person plural:

   a. Masculine: they, them, their, theirs Example: "They are 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 essential for effective communication, as they allow us to refer to individuals or groups without repeating their names. They make our speech and writing more concise and efficient.

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