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Russian plural pronouns

Now let’s look at the personal pronouns that refer to more than one person.

мы we
вы (pl.) you
они́ they

Russian plural forms don’t have gender. Мы, вы, and они́ refer equally to males and females. Notice that the pronoun вы can be either singular or plural. When it is singular, it refers to one person in the formal sense. When it is plural, there is no distinction between formal and informal.