Yea, all of my friends are in Spanish class, and they tell me random stuff. I believe French has 6. Je - I __ Tu - You __ Il/Elle/On- He/She/one ___ Nous- We ____ Vous- You guys ___ Ils/Elles- The boys/Girls __
I shall teach you French while you teach me Spanish.
Well, it's actually wuite easy to understand why. I'll explain BRIEFLY XD, you don't have to understand it, but this is how it works:
In english, there are 3 forms: Present (get) past (got) past participle (gotten). This verbs DON'T change according to the person, it's the same for I(run), You (run), He (runs), She(runs), It(runs), We (run), you (run/plural), They(run). In addition,the time tenses in english are only 9. The form of the verb run mentioned before is a simple present tense (as easy as that).
In spanish, verbs DO change according to the person. For example, the verb run (correr)here is conjugated in the Present of Indicative. I run *yo* corro You run *tú* corres He runs*él* corre She runs*ella* corre It runs*doesn't exist* We run*nosotros* corremos You run* ustedes* corren They run*ellos* corren Also, in spanish there are 10 time tenses, not 9 like in english.