"We have an apple."
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In Polish, as in Spanish, you can skip the personal pronoun in function of the subject, as the form of the verb already says that. In 1-st and 2-nd person it is usually skipped, used only if you want to emphasise who has/does/makes something, e.g. "I have it (while you don't have it)". However, in 3-rd person it is usually not skipped. See also here: http://sgjp.pl/leksemy/#267480/mie%C4%87