French First Person
The first person refers to the person speaking or a group that includes one or more people speaking.
Je vais à la plage.
-> je is the person speaking.
Nous sommes allés à la mer.
-> nous includes the person speaking.
In addition to singular and plural forms, first person has subject, object, stress and possessive forms.
First person pronouns
|singular||je||me||me||moi||mon, ma, mes, le mien...|
|plural||nous||nous||nous||nous||notre, nos, le nôtre...|
|*||on||se||nous||nous||notre, nos, le nôtre...|
*Note: case of on
The pronoun on is tricky in French because, in terms of conjugation, it is considered the third person singular (conjugates like il/elle), but, in terms of meaning, it can be either a first person plural (we) or an impersonal third person singular (it/one) or plural (they), depending on context.
On est allés à la mer. - We went to the seaside.
On dit qu'il est dangereux. - It is said / They say that he's dangerous.