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In Japanese, there are multiple words for "I" such as "watashi", "ore", and "boku", and multiple words for "you" such as "anata", "kimi", and sometimes "deme". What are the differences and common usages?

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In Japanese, there are multiple words for "I" such as "watashi", "ore", and "boku", and multiple words for "you" such as "anata", "kimi", and sometimes "deme". What are the differences and common usages?
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