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Person refers to the perspective of a noun phrase in a sentence.
- First person refers to the speaker or a group with the speaker). In English, I, me, we or us. In Gaelic, mi & sinn
- Second person refers to the party being addressed. In English you. In Gaelic thu, tu, or sibh
- Third person refers to any other noun phrase. In English, "he, him, her, she, it, they, them, and any other noun phrase like "the dog, "the clouds etc. In Gaelic: e, i, iad and any other noun phrase.
- Crystal, David. A Dictionary of Linguistics and Phonetics. The language library. Oxford, UK: Blackwell, 1997.