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First person point of view. The person telling the story is a character in the story.We found out thier thoughts and feelings.
Second person point of view The narater speaks directly to the audience.
Third person objective When the narrater is not in the story but can tell you what is said and heard.
Third person limited point of view The narrater is not in the story.He or she can tell you what they here,see,and what one person is thinking or feeling in the story.
Third person omnisent point of view The narrater is not in the story.He or she can tell you what they hear,see and what all characters are thinking or feeling in the story.
Motives Somones intensions or what they mean by somthing.
Interned To be imprisoned or confined,espesially during a war.
Aliens foreners
Evacuated To remove from an area.
Forsaken To be abandoned or deserted.
Forsaken To be abandoned or deserted.
Character traits The reader must use clues from the story to determine the
Character traits The reader must use clues from the story to determine the personality traits of the character.
Created by: wyattbritt55