Questions about the inclusiveness or exclusiveness of pronouns.
Clusivity is a linguistic term for the grammatical distinction between inclusive and exclusive pronouns. English, like most Indo-European languages, does not express clusive distinctions grammatically; we can include both the speaker and the addressee (the inclusive ‘we’) or include the speaker and exclude the addressee (the ‘exclusive’ we). The distinction is understood from context or by alternative or additional wording (e.g. don't call us, we'll call you; let's [all] go to the movies).