What word can you use for 'we' but in the third person?
The pronouns 'they' is the third person, plural, subjective personal pronoun.
We had a nice time.
They had a nice time.
The pronoun 'your' is a possessive adjective, a word that describes a noun as belonging to the person spoken to (second person), you. The noun described as belonging to you is a word in the third person. Example: I picked up your book from the library. (The noun phrase 'your book' is third person, the thing spoken about.)
The pronoun 'I' is a first person pronoun, a word that takes the place of a noun for the person speaking. A third person pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun for the person (people) or thing (things) spoken about. The third person pronouns are: he, him, she, her, it, they, and them. Examples: I took the train to 19th Street. (first person) When Jim got to 19th Street, he got…
The indefinite pronoun 'no one' is a third person pronoun, a word for an unknown or unnamed person that is spoken about. The first person is the one speaking; the second person is the one spoken to; the third person is the one spoken about. Example: I've told no one that you are here. (I is first person, you is second person, no one is third person.)