我 (Wǒ) – I.
你 (Nǐ) – You.
他 (Tā) – He.
她 (Tā) – She.
它 (Tā) – It.
They are easy. Notice the small difference in the characters between He and She in Chinese? She has the radical 女 in front which means woman. Now, if you want to make these plural, you just add “们” to it, which is the plural marker for pronouns in Chinese.
我们 (Wǒmen) – We
你们 (Nǐmen) – You all
他们 (Tāmen) – Them/they
她们 (Tāmen) – Them/they (predominantly female)
它们 (Tāmen) – Them/they (mostly used for animals)
It should be noted that there are two we’s in Chinese. 我们 which is exclusive and 咱们 which is inclusive. This means that when you use 咱们 you are including the addressee.
There you go! Those are the basic pronouns translated in Chinese. So now you know how to say I chinese among a few others!
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