In Broadly conceived, linguistics is the study of human language, and a linguist is someone who engages in this study. ...linguistics, an addressee is an intended direct recipient of the The word speaker has a number of uses: In politics the Speaker is the presiding officer in many legislative bodies. ...speaker's communication. A listener is either an addressee or a bystander.
Second_person In linguistics and grammar, a pronoun is a word that usually takes the place of a noun or noun phrase that was previously mentioned (such as she, it) or that refers to something or someone (I, me, you). Pronouns are often one of the basic parts of speech of the...pronouns refer to an addressee or a group including an addressee. An The term inclusive, in a mathematical context, denotes that the endpoints of a set are included within that set. ...inclusive first_person pronoun refers to a group including both the speaker and the addressee, while an In a mathematics the term exclusive denotes that the endpoints of a set are NOT included within that set. ...exclusive first_person pronoun refers to a group including the speaker but not the addressee.
A speaker can show politeness, familiarity, or a difference of social status to the addressee. This is called an addressee honorific. See also In sociolinguistics, a T_V distinction describes the situation wherein a language, unlike current English, has pronouns that distinguish varying levels of respect, distance, courtesy, familiarity, or insult. ...T_V distinction.