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I'm still a baby ~ (crying) The second person who skipped "I" and became "I" | Monkey Mountain Family Diary

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I wanted to hear a little more first person called "Me-chan is ~" (Midori's nickname), and where was "I"?

I'm still a baby ~ (crying) The first person skipped "I" and became "I", the second son "My younger child is growing fast" ... → Continue reading

 Mama Square

"Mama Square" is filled with daily thoughts such as troubles, worries, fun, relaxed feelings, and things that we solved in this way.
I would be happy if it could be a clue to solving troubles to everyone reading it, empathy and hints for childcare

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First person

First personWhat is (Ichininsho)?PersonOne of them, which refers to the speaker himself.ClaimAlso called. In generalQuantityThere is a distinction between.


QuantityGenerally personal, even in languages ​​that do not have代名詞Is known to make a distinction between numbers. In particular, first-person pronouns are at least singular and plural.JapaneseDoes not have a number, but "I" and "us" are strictly distinguished.

Inclusive and excluded

Depending on the language, the plural or dual of the first-person pronoun may distinguish whether or not the listener is included. Something that includes the listenerComprehensive form(British: including), What is not includedExclusion type(British: exclusive).VietnameseThen, chúng ta is the inclusive form and chúng tôi is the excluded form.Tok PisinThen, yumi is the inclusive form and mipela is the excluded form.

It is not completely divided into two, and one may be ambiguous. For exampleMandarinThen,I (myself)"" Refers to both inclusion and exclusion, but "咱们 (咱們)Is inclusive only.


Indo-European,Afro AsianLanguages ​​such asverbChanges depending on the person.


JapaneseIs grammatically clearnounDistinguished from代名詞It is peculiar in that it does not have the above and there is no distinction between the inclusive form and the excluded form.


ChineseOut ofMandarinThen the first-person singular pronoun is "I, Multiple "I (I)However, there are various pronouns in other languages ​​(dialects) and literary languages.

Modern chinese

  • I (first person singular): The most common first person.Mandarin,Cantonese,Wu,Minnan Language,HakkaWidely used, such as (𠊎, also written as life)
  • Putonghua (exclusive plural) --Putonghua, Cantonese (also written as "myself")
  • 咱 (Comprehensive plural): Putonghua,Minnan Language
  • 咱們 (comprehensive plural): "咱們" usually includes listeners and readers, and "myself" may or may not be included. In addition, it should be notedNortheastern ChinaIn the dialect, 咱們 is equal to self.
  • Principal (formal): ManySentence wordUsed for.
  • House: Mostly used by women. It has a spoiled or playful nuance, implying an intimate relationship. It used to be neutral. Also used as the third person. It's close to "people" in Japanese when you say "don't think about people's feelings at all".
  • Ruan (Exclusive Multiple)- Minnan Language,The original kanji is "I"[Source required])
  • 咱 (Comprehensive plural)-; Singular in Tohoku dialect
  • 儂- Wu,Minnan Language,Fuzhou(May not be first person in other districts)
  • I, my rice (my rice:Jin Chinese)
  • Ala (plural)-Shanghai
  • Go- WuSeen in dialects such as
  • 朕 --Seen in Wu dialect


Internet slang

  • Even, lotus root (Taiwan, continent): Sound is similar to "I"
  • 禾 (Hong Kong woman)

Ancient Chinese

Add "etc." to make multiple.

  • I(

It is said that he was self-proclaimed, and that there was a nuance that "the emperor leads the nation like pulling a boat."After the Qin dynastyemperorIt became a dedicated self-proclaimed. In the Qing dynasty, "I am"PerformanceIt became a sentence word used for. For exampleEmperor KangxiUsually called himself "I", and only in the official documents he called himself "I".

  • One person:Pre-QinOf the eraEmperorSelf-proclaimed.
  • Solitary, lonely, grainless, lonely:monarch,PrincesFirst person of humility such as.
  • Main King:Prince
  • Aiie: My husband diedQueen Mother,Queen
  • Widow or Widower: Pre-Qin PeriodPrincesWife's self-proclaimed, after the Qin dynastyQueenBecame self-proclaimed.
  • Azusa:QueenSelf-proclaimed (also used when the emperor calls the empress).
  • Headquarters: A person with a name or status. BigofficialAnd so on.


  • Principal:Civil servant OfinferiorAnd self-proclaimed to the general public
  • Main general: Self-proclaimed for the current military commander and the general public
  • Susumu: First person of humility towards senior military commanders
  • Omi, Omi, Omi, etc .: Self-proclaimed civilian emperor
  • Vice-minister, low-ranking: First-person humility towards senior civilian officials
  • Solitary / Vassal


  • Currently, I: Self-proclaimed to the general public
  • Old man, aging: self-proclaimed older man
  • Elderly: Self-proclaimed elderly woman
  • Old servant, old man: man, womanServantIt can also be used as a self-proclaimed self-proclaimed self-proclaimed humility of ordinary elderly women.
  • , Old man:eunuchEmperor貴族Self-proclaimed for. Self-proclaimed for my husband.clearTeenagerManchurianSelf-proclaimed bureaucratic emperor.
  • Concubine, Concubine, Concubine: First person of female humility (NoblemanToserviceToFemale-female servant)
  • Grass people, dwarfs, dwarfs:Common peopleFirst person of humility towards officials


These words are archaic and are not commonly used.

  • child, Small
  • Little brother, foolish brother, little sister, foolish sister / 姐:friendHumility against
  • I, Akio, junior high school, unskilled: humility towards seniors of young students
  • I / small girls (old-fashioned)
  • Small girls, guys: women's humility
  • Nobi: A self-proclaimed lady-in-waiting or palace emperor or aristocrat. A self-proclaimed maid or woman for my husband.clearTeenagerPrincess嬪,ManchuriaA self-proclaimed empress of a noble woman and the wife and daughter of a Manchu vassal.
  • Povertymonk, PoorNun, Old man, kid:BuddhismMonkFirst person of humility
  • Poor road, path:Taoist priestFirst person of humility
  • (Last name) Certain, (Last name) Certain person:20st centuryUsed until the middle


  • Laozi / Laozi, Honshoji / Honko, Hakuya (arrogant)

Multiple dignity

EnglishIn many European languages, there are pronouns that are grammatically distinct from nouns. For this reason, many languages ​​have only one type of first-person pronoun. EnglishI(Nominative) is an example. However, there are quite a lot of languages ​​that are used and changed, such as nominative, possessive, and object. There are also languages ​​that transform between singular and plural pronouns.

However, the first person (and second person for that person) of the higher person is plural.Multiple dignityThere is a phenomenon called (royal we). For example in englishwe,French OfnousIs originally a first person plural,monarchIt is also used as the first-person singular pronoun of.

As a similar phenomenoneditorial weThere is something called, which means that even if there is only one author, the plural form is used in newspaper editorials. This is said to be to avoid over-expressing the individual in order to express the overall perspective. Furthermore, in academic papers, the plural form is sometimes used even when there is only one author, and it is sometimes explained that the plural form at this time represents the author and the reader.

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