Here is a table of Russian subject pronouns for you to learn. For now, keep in mind that they change. You will learn of that a little bit later.
||You (singular informal)
||You (plural, singular polite)
With subject pronouns you don’t have to constantly repeat the same nouns. Compare the tedious “Natalya is from Russia. Natalya has a lot of American friends and American friends are always willing to help.” with an elegant “Natalya is from Russia. Она (she) has a lot of American friends and они (they) are always willing to help.”
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