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Can you writeacher tell me if the following statements are correct. I know they are not dictionary definition but I would like to know if they are possible in English. Thank you for your cooperation.

1) A third-person narrator tells the story in third person/using the third person/using third - person pronouns.
2) A first-person narrator tells the story using "I"/using the I-mode/the first person.
3) An omniscient narrator knows everything (and not all) about the character.
4) An unobtrusive omniscient narrator limits himself/herself to reporting what the characters say or do without interfering in the story.
5) He forces the reader to make his own interpretations/to interpret the story by himself (?)
6) The narrator's point of view may differ significantly from the narrator's one.
7) The town smells of steaks and beer (is of correct?)


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  • English -

    1) An outside narrator tells the story in third person.

    2) A first-person narrator tells the story using "I" and its forms.

    3) An omniscient narrator knows everything about the characters and the events of the story.

    4) An unobtrusive omniscient narrator limits himself to reporting what the characters say or do without injecting his opinions.

    5) He forces the readers to make their own interpretations.

    6) The narrator's point of view may differ significantly from that of the main character.

    7) The town smells of steaks and beer. (Yes, "of" is correct here.)

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