Subject-verb agreement

Why do we use plural from of verb when the subject is I or You?
Like when we say I love you, I is singular, isn’t?

Why do you think so? I love you, where I is singular and the verb accordingly is singular not plural :smiley:

Hi mishy,

Remember that in the present simple the only inflected form is the 3rd person singular: He/she/it loves. All the other forms, singular and plural are the same:

I/you/we/they love.