Person is the three grammatical categories that identify the people in a conversation.
The first person is used for the point of view of the speaker or a group that includes the speaker. The first-person personal pronouns are:
The second person is used for the listener. The second-person pronoun is:
The third person is used for everyone and everything else. The third-person pronouns are:
- I am speaking to you about her.
(speaker/first person/I – listener/second person/you – neither speaker nor listener/third person/her)