posted by Franco .
Thank you very much for your corrections. Here are some more sentences for you to check.
1)The narrator is the voice who tells the story and from whose point of view the story is told.
2)He may be internal to the story, that is, a character in the story, either the protagonist or a witness.
3)He may also be external to the story and tells events he has not taken part in.
4) The first-person narrator is a character in the story. He may be either the protagonist or a minor character.
5) The choice of this narrator can have the following functions. First, it brings reader close to the feelings of the narrator.Then, it contributes to conveying an impression of reality and it restricts the reader’s point of view.
1 - 4 = OK
5 - What does "it" refer to in the second and third sentences?