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A personal pronoun constitutes a category of pronouns employed to denote a particular person or a group of individuals. These pronouns serve as substitutes for the names of people or groups, replacing nouns in sentences. They exhibit variations in terms of grammatical person (first, second, or third), number (singular or plural), and gender (masculine, feminine, or neuter), representing the entities they denote.

In the English language, the personal pronouns are as follows:

1. First person singular: I, me, my, mine Example: "I am heading to the store."

2. Second person singular: you, your, yours Example: "Have you brought your book?"

3. Third person singular:

   a. Masculine: he, him, his Example: "He is of tall stature."

   b. Feminine: she, her, hers Example: "She is engrossed in reading a book."

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

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

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

6. Third person plural:

   a. Masculine: they, them, their, theirs Example: "They are engaged in a game of soccer."

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

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

Personal pronouns play a crucial role in facilitating effective communication by enabling us to refer to individuals or groups without repetitively stating their names. They enhance conciseness and efficiency in both speech and writing.

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