Just like English, bahasa Indonesia also recognizes personal pronouns that are associated with grammatical persons including first, second, and third person.
Thing to remember is that bahasa Indonesia (Indonesian) gives more emphasis to ages (older-younger) than gender (male-female).
|I||Saya, aku||sa-ya, a-ku|
|We||Kami, kita||ka-mi, ki-ta|
|You||Anda, Engkau (formal) - Kamu, Kau (informal)||an-da, eng-kaw - ka-mu, kaw|
|He||Dia, ia||di-ya, i-ya|
|She||Dia, ia||di-ya, i-ya|
Learn how they are used with verbs on Subject and Verb Agreement