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Only one form of the personal pronoun, the firstsecondthird person pluralsingular, has gender.
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User: Only one form of the personal pronoun, the firstsecondthird person pluralsingular, has gender.

Weegy: English in common use today has seven personal pronouns: first-person singular (I) first-person plural (we) second-person singular and plural (you) third-person singular human or animate female (she) third-person singular human or animate male [ (he) third-person singular inanimate (it) third-person plural (they) ]
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Only one form of the personal pronoun, the third person singular, has gender.
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