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Third person is a grammatical person, used to refer to people other than the speaker/writer listener/reader, and things.
Use of the third person may use the personal gender or the impersonal gender. Within the personal gender, masculine or feminine.
The third person pronouns are he, him, his, himself (masculine singular), she, her, hers, herself (feminine singular), it, its, itself (neuter singular) and they, them, their, theirs, themselves (common plural).
There are no agreed gender-neutral pronouns in English, hence differing usage of singular they, or “he or she”, etc.
Conjugation for third person -s is often needed.
See also first person, second person.