describes First, Second, and Third point of view
First Person: When doing First Person there is no narrator and the characters are telling the story. Also to spot out to see if it's first person point of view the words are " I, we, me, and our. " Example: I see two people having a argument about who is faster and I told them to see who is faster y'all should have a race.
Second Person: Second person point of view is a lot different then First person. It is because the narrator is telling the story to the characters. To spot out if it's Second person point of view the words are " You, you're, and your." Example: You turned to the cross the road to go to your house but go and unlock someone else's house that is haunted and you get pulled down into the ground.
Third Person: Third person is where the Narrator tells the story. Also to spot out if it's Third person look for these words " He, She, They, and it. " Example: After School the he ran as fast as possible to finish his homework and play outside.
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