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japanese pronouns

all the japanese pronouns that i know are:
watashi = I
boku = I (male)
kare = he
kanojo = she
anata = you
(+tachi for plural)
but some times i hear other pronouns as: ore & kimi...so what do those two mean? and what are the other pronouns

For learning: Japanese
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    Ore= I (for male), but it's informal. Boku is more formal.
    Kimi means "you", usually used by males when talking to female.

    Other pronouns:
    Atashi=I (for female)
    Omae=you, but it's informal.

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