A pronoun will be either singular or plural in order to agree with its antecedent; if the antecedent is singular, then the pronoun referring to the antecedent must be singular as well. Pronoun Person Pronouns take one of three forms: first, second, or third person. First-person pronouns indicate the speaker (e.g., I, me, we, us, our, ours, my, mine). Second-person pronouns indicate the person or thing being spoken to (e.g., you, your, yours). Third-person pronouns indicate the person or thing being spoken about (e.g., she, he, it, they, her, him, their, hers, his, its, theirs).