As far as I know, there are two terms in English grammar to identify two main parts of a conversation: "First person" and "second person".
But my question is that what do you usually call them out of English grammar domain?
I searched a lot and found the following terms:
- "Speaker" ---> I somewhat sure I'm on the right track with this.
- "Spoken to" OR "Second person" ---> I doubt about it
a) You have to always know your second person (the person you are talking to) and speak accordingly.
b You have to always know your spoken to (the person you are talking to) and speak accordingly. [It sounds a bit odd to me.]
Which one is correct? "a" or "b"? If no one, then let me know what would be the normal term here?