- third person: he (subject), him (direct object, indirect object or following a preposition), his (possessive pronoun or determiner), himself (reflexive pronoun);
- second person: you or thou (subject), you or thee (direct object, indirect object or following a preposition), your, thy or thine (possessive pronoun or determiner), yourself or thyself (reflexive pronoun).
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