Russian Grammar: Topic 3 : Personal pronouns » NEWS 244



# Bootstrap Russian Grammar

Topic 2 of 200:
**Personal pronouns**

The Russian personal pronouns are: **я** (I), **ты** (you, singular), **он** (he), **она** (she), **мы** (we), **вы** (you, plural), **они** (they).

\— The pronoun used for the singular ‘you’ depends on formality. This is explained in the next topic.

# Examples:

**Он Сергей.**
He is Sergei.

**Она Ольга.**
She is Olga.

**Я русский.**
I am Russian (male).
\- русский (masculine adjective) means ‘Russian’.

**Она русская.**
She is Russian (female).
\- русская (feminine adjective) means ‘Russian’.

**Она здесь.**
She is here.

**Он там.**
He is (over) there.

**Они дома.**
They are at home.

**Вы дома.**
You (plural) are at home.

**Я учитель.**
I am \[a/the\] teacher.
\- учитель means ‘teacher’
\- The article could be \[a\] or \[the\] — inferred from the context.

**Мы здесь.**
We are here.

**Она профессор.**
She is \[a/the\] professor.
\- Note that despite both subject and object being nouns, if the subject is a pronoun we do not use a dash ‘**—**’ in the place of the verb ‘to be’
\- The article could be \[a\] or \[the\] — inferred from the context.

**Он водитель.**
He is \[a/the\] driver.
\- Note that despite both subject and object being nouns, if the subject is a pronoun we do not use a dash ‘**—**’ in the place of the verb ‘to be’
\- The article could be \[a\] or \[the\] — inferred from the context.

**The audio pronunciations for the example phrases can be found** [**here**](https://www.declansoftware.com/grammar/russian/personal_pronouns.html?referrer=REDDIT_RUSSIAN_2)**.**





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