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“Do you love candy?” I asked my friend Roxis. I always make friends with other people.
a) First-Person b) Second-Person c) Third-Person d)
To Make French Toast: First, take out a skillet to cook and turn the stove on low. Second, you will melt the butter in the pan and stir it with a spatula. Third, beat the eggs. Fourth, lay the bread, white or wheat, on both sides in the eggs.
a) First-Person b) Second-Person c) Third-Person d)
Jessie had felt sad all day. Jessie thought and thought about his situation and he thought to himself, I need to get myself together. Maria came in the door and asked what was wrong. He told her. Maria frowned.
a) First-Person b) Second-Person c) Third-Person d)
We are not as close as we once were, at least not since the thing happened. We were sitting in science class when I decided to look at her notebook. I noticed that she wasn’t taking notes.
a) First-Person b) Second-Person c) Third-Person d)
Some dark night Shelly said, “I hate squirrels,” but really she loved them. Carol said, “They smell,” but really, she loved them too. Both of them thought that squirrels were pretty cute.
a) First-Person b) Second-Person c) Third-Person d)
How to Properly Clean Your Disc: First, buy a CD buffer from your neighborhood Gamestop store. If you want to clean your CD for free instead, get a Q-tip or soft cloth. Use alcohol or window cleaner and wipe up and down applying light pressure.
a) First-Person b) Second-Person c) Third-Person d)
When I went to the store, I witnessed a girl crying on the street and I took a closer look and saw it was my friend. I walked to where she was and asked her what was wrong. She said, “Family problems.”
a) First-Person b) Second-Person c) Third-Person d)
Emma thought and she thought: How can I make people notice me? Then, Emma’s two twin nieces ran in the kitchen and asked Emma to make a batch of cookies for their class.
a) First-Person b) Second-Person c) Third-Person d)
Third-person persepective when we find out only what the characters say and do.
a) Third-person limited b) Third-person objective c) Third-person omniscient d)
Third-person persepective when we find out only what one character does, knows, thinks, and witnesses.
a) Third-person limited b) Third-person objective c) Third-person omniscient d)
Third-person persepective when we find out what all of the characters do, feel, think, and witness.
a) Third-person limited b) Third-person objective c) Third-person omniscient d)
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