Spanish First Person
The grammatical category of person relates to the personal pronouns that are used to replace nouns (people, animals or things). Person is also the relationship between a subject and its verb.
The first person refers to the speaker itself or to a group that includes the speaker.
Yo voy a la playa. -> yo is the person speaking.
Nosotros fuimos al mar. -> nosotros includes the person speaking.
This perspective has singular and plural forms as well as subject, object, disjunctive and possessive equivalents.
First person Spanish pronouns:
|Yo||me||me||moi||mon, ma, mes, le mien...|
|Nosotros||nos||nos||nous||notre, nos, le nôtre...|
|nous||notre, nos, le nôtre...|
ATTENTION: case of usted/ustedes
The pronouns usted/ustedes are tricky in Spanish in the sense that, in terms of conjugation, they are considered the third person singular/plural (conjugate like él/ella/ellos/ellas), but, in terms of meaning, it is the formal form of you.
Usted llegó un poco tarde. (You arrived a bit late.) (You formal singular.)
Ustedes van a viajar en primera clase. (You are going to travel on first class.) (You formal plural.)