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You are standing at the front doors on the first day of school, willing yourself to go inside. It can be difficult to make new friends after 15 years, but you are determined to try.
This new school is an opportunity to try new things as well as meet new people. You can play the flute in the marching band or write for the school newspaper. You have always wanted to write. Now is your big chance since your old school did not have a newspaper.
Moving to a new town over the summer has given you a chance to get ready for this day. Being the new kid is not as terrible as everyone makes it seem. You decide to make the best of this as you open the doors wide.

From which point of view is this passage written?
A.
Third person omniscient
B.
Third person limited
C.
First person
D.
Second person

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