In Latin one does not need to have seperate words for I, you, we, she/he ect it is just inferred by the ending of the first conjugation verbs and the context. Say for example in I give or you give ect you just change the ending for example do das respectively.
If you learn Italian you might have to learn that I give is io do but people just leave off the unnecessary io just as Latins would have done in some circumstances verbally.
My question is does Russian work the same? Do people just leave the redundant I, you, we, she/he ect when they speak just like Italians do and infer the first conjugation from the verb endings?