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I believe 1st, 2nd, 3rd refers to the subject of the sentence. A 1st person pronoun would refer to the person(s) speaking, that is "I" or "we". A 2nd person pronoun would refer to the person(s) being spoken to, that is "you" (sng and pl). A 3rd person pronoun refers to the person being spoken about, that is "he/she/they".
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