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Thank you very much for your last corrections. Can you please let me know if the following statements are correct?
1)Briefly outline the different types of narrator you can encounter when reading a narrative text/or in a narrative text?
Refer then to the point of view from which it (?) can be told and the types of characters involved.
2)Give a definition of the following literary devices providing examples of their use: simile, assonance, onomatopoeia, internal rhyme.

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    1) ".. when reading a narrative text" is a better ending.
    It is unclear what what "it" is, in the phrase "..from which it can be told". Is "it" the narrative story, or the type of narrator?
    2) That sentence is fine.

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