I, You, He, She, They, My, This, That
First Person Pronouns
The following words can be used to say “I” in Japanese:
The above are the most common, but there are other first pronouns too.
Second Person Pronouns
The following words can be used to say “you” in Japanese:
There are immense differences between the words above.
Third Person Pronouns
The following word can be used to say “he” in Japanese:
And this is how you’d say “she” in Japanese:
This, that, here, there, etc. in Japanese are expressed through the kosoado kotoba.
This, That, What
To say the nouns “this,” “that,” and “what” in Japanese:
To say the adjectives “this,” “that,” and “what” in Japanese:
There are certain Japanese words like kou こう, konna こんあ, kochira こちら, and others. that also mean “this,” “that,” and “what,” each with a different nuance. See kosoado kotoba for details.
Here, There, Where
To say “this,” “there,” and “where” in Japanese:
In Japanese, plurals don’t work the same way they do in English. In particular, Japanese has the so-called pluralizing suffixes tachi たち and ra ら, which can be combined with pronouns to form plural pronouns.
To say “we” in Japanese:
To say “they” in Japanese:
They. (he and the others)
They. (she and the others)
To say “these” and “those” in Japanese: