I've noticed that there are two types of first person plural – one where the addressee is included, and one where she or he isn't. For example:
With addressee included:
- Let us go.
- What's our plan?
- Where are we going?
With addressee not included:
- We want you to come along.
- Are you with us?
One can see that whether first person plurals we or us includes the addressee largely depends on context. My question is this:
Is there a term for these two types of first person plurals? Are there any words in English that distinguish these two types?
If this is more appropriate for Linguistics.SE (I'm not sure) here's an additional question: Does any language distinguish between these two types of first person plurals?