We made it to the lecture hall on time. We are planning a trip to Arizona this winter.
An example of we used as a pronoun is in the sentence, "Clara and I love dessert; we really enjoy ice cream," which means that Clara and I really enjoy ice cream.
How are we feeling today?
How are we all tonight?
We Canadians like to think of ourselves as different.
Origin of we
- Middle English from Old English wē we- in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- From Middle English, from Old English wÄ“ (“we"), from Proto-Germanic *wÄ«z, *wiz (“we"), from Proto-Indo-European *wéy (“we (plural)"). Cognate with Scots wee, we (“we"), North Frisian we (“we"), West Frisian wy (“we"), Low German wi (“we"), Dutch we, wij (“we"), German wir (“we"), Danish, Swedish and Norwegian vi (“we"), Icelandic vér, við (“we").