Verbs and pronouns can be in first person, second person, or third person. a verb or pronoun is in the first person if it refers to the speaking. It is in the second person if it refers to the being addressed by the speaker. It is in the third person if it refers to anyone or anything other that the speaker or the being addressed by the speaker.
|First Person||Second Person||Third Person|
|I say or I am saying||You say or You are saying||He/she/it says or he/she/it is saying|
|Truly||I am saying||to you|
|Truly I say to you|
λέγω is first person; ὑμῖν is second person.
See the individual articles for First_Person, Second Person, and Third_Person.
Paradigms are located at Paradigm.