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1. How can you tell if a text is written in the third-person point of view?(1 point)

The main character is the narrator and tells the story.

It uses pronouns like I, me, we, my, mine, and ours.

You can tell that the narrator is biased against something.

It uses pronouns like he, she, it, hers, its, and them.

2. First-person narrators tell stories from only their perspective and not those of others. By default, they are ________.(1 point)

point-of-view.

pronouns.

biased.

authors.

3. Which sentence is written in first-person point of view?(1 point)

I had to use a flashlight because it was dark.

Her dog had never seen a coyote before.

Before he left, he made sure to pack a map.

They had worked hard and earned that first-place trophy.

4. Which sentence is written in third-person point of view?(1 point)

Our vacation was cut too short by sun poisoning and seasickness.

From the moment I saw the cat in the crate, I knew she was mine.

My favorite food of all time has to be macaroni and extra cheese.

They had forgotten to close the basement door, so a skunk got in.

5. Fill in the blank with the sentence that has the same point of view as the rest of the paragraph.

You should have been there and seen it for yourself. _________ I swear, right before my eyes, in walked a baby goat in a sweater. It was a blue and green checkered sweater. Following it was one of its parents, and I promise, as sure as I'm telling you this story, that the older goat was wearing a bowtie. Blue and green, like the baby's sweater, but this time it was blue with green polka dots!

(1 point)

You won't believe me when I tell you.

They all wanted to know what happened.

She looked all around the room.

Toby wondered if it was really happening.

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  1. 1st person = I, me, my, mine, we, us, our, ours

    2nd person = you (and related)

    3rd person = he, she, it, they, etc., and nouns

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  2. answers:
    1.It uses pronouns like he, she, it, hers, its, and them.
    2.biased.
    3.I had to use a flashlight because it was dark.
    4.They had forgotten to close the basement door, so a skunk got in.
    5.You won't believe me when I tell you.
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