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  1. what   are  the    difference  between  personal  pro noun   I   we, and  you?
  2. what  is  the  plural  pronoun  form  of  she  and  it?

Asked by deepa 27th July 2016, 10:42 AM
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Answer:
'I' is a first person singular pronoun -- It stands for the speaker in the sentence. It is used as the subject of a sentence. 
Eg: I will call you tomorrow. I live in Mumbai. I am going to the market.
 
'You' is a second person singular pronoun -- It stands for the person being addressed by the speaker. In some cases, it can also be used for a group of individuals being addressed at the same time.
Eg: You are the torch bearers of our future. Did you apply for the job? You are free to go now.
 
'We' is a first person plural pronoun -- It includes the speaker and another person or a group of people. 
Eg: We are building a tent. Will we reach in time for the movie? We have to tell her the truth.
 
 
The plural form of the third person singular pronouns 'she' and 'it' is 'they'.
 
Answered by Expert 27th July 2016, 12:03 PM
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