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Determine whether each characteristic describes first person, third person limited, or third person omniscient point of view. Can you please help? This is the Unit Test Question 6 Lesson 36: Literary Analysis Unit Test 6th grade. Thank you.

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  1. I dont know
    SOMEONE PLZ HELP WITH ALL ANSWERS. thx

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  2. i need ansers plz

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  3. I'll come back with the answers in a bit

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  4. answers 1-6 be back in a while with the rest
    1catastrophe & disaster
    2ABAB
    3We know that the creature in the river is the monster because the text states that it “continues to follow him” and then disappears when "he moved away" from the river.
    4there is no cure for being shy & trying new things can lead to great experiences
    5 the main events leading to the expansion of the country
    6third person omniscient for the first 2
    first person
    third person omniscient
    third person limited

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  5. Pls give us the all the answers

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  6. Hold on Give me a sec, sorry this is late but this is for future people!

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  7. Number 1: Catastrophe, Disaster
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    Number 2: ABAB
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    Number 3: We know that the creature in the River is the monster because the text states that it " CONTINUES TO FOLLOW HIM " and then disappears when " HE MOVED AWAY " from the River
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    Number 4: Trying new things can lead to great experiences
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    Number 5: The main events leading to the expansion of the country
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    Number 6:
    Uses Pronouns she, he, they, it: Third person LIMITED and OMNISCIENT

    Is told by the narrator outside of the story: Third person OMNISCIENT

    Tells the perspectives of multiple characters: Third Person OMNISCIENT

    Is told by the main character: First Person

    uses pronouns 'I': First Person
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    Number 7:
    Includes Future Events and Tech: Science Fiction

    Takes past events and expands on them: Historical Fiction

    Contains magic and fairy tale elements: Fantasy

    Divided into Stanzas: Poem
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    Number 8: Science Fiction
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    Number 9: To give the reader the image of the waves curling up
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    Number 10: Simons mom drove him to his very first practice
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    THESE HAVEN'T BEEN GRADED YET BUT IM PRETTY SURE THEY'RE RIGHT. DON'T COPY AND PASTE IF USED
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    Number 11: The metaphor is explaining that her hair is most-likely black, silky, and long
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    Number 12: The author could use descriptive details to explain the developments of a character
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    Number 13: When listening to a story your using your ears not your eyes. When watching, you're using your eyes to watch and visualize what happens. When reading, you're using your eyes and brain to read and visualize what's happening in the story
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    Number 14: In a Narrative introduction, something that SHOULD be used is a hook. something to grab your reader(s) attention and make them want to read that Narrative.
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    There you go ^^^

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  8. Uhhhhh...

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  9. is this right?

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  10. i check if its right ill tell you guys if its not

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