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Point of View/ Infer

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Point of View The person from whose eyes the story is being told (where you place the camera)
Pronouns used in 1st person Mostly pronouns: "I","me", "my", "we", "us",
Pronouns used in 3rd person limited Mostly: "he", "she", "they" etc.
Pronouns used in 3rd person unlimited (omniscient) Most pronouns:"he", "she", "they", etc.
Pronoun used in 2nd person "You"
1st person narrator involvement The narrator is a character in the story and is not reliable.
3rd person limited The narrator is not a character in the story and there is a reporter of only one character's thoughts and feelings.
3rd person omniscent The narrator is not a character in the story and is in every character's mind, all places, past, future etc. (All knowing)
Examples of text in 2nd person recipes and directions
Inference guess you make to infer using your background knowledge and knowledge of text to figure out details, etc.
Prediction making a guess about what might happen next
Created by: cjbmorrison