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

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  1. English

    Which of the following is an advantage of using audio?(1 point) The audience can see moving images. The audience can view charts and graphs. The audience is able to hear the tone the speaker intends. The audience does not miss important information. Which

  2. presentation of text quick check

    What do graphic aids do in informational texts?(1 point) A They illustrate the reasoning behind a statement. B They present information visually to help readers. C They alternate text and visuals to break up texts. D They direct readers to relevant print

  3. Connexus Unit Test Questions. Please give answers

    Use the sentence to answer the question. "Earth is the third planet from the sun." Why is this a bad claim for a persuasive text? (1 point) It cannot be supported. It is not arguable.** It is a significant statement. It expresses a point of view.

  4. ela

    question 1 Which type of reader must a student be to understand how the facts in a text are being interpreted by different authors?(1 point) a factual reader a factual reader an accurate reader an accurate reader a critical reader a critical reader an

  5. English - The Red Badge of Courage

    1.Why did the youth enlist? (1 point) He was eager to join the war.***** He was drafted. He wanted to avenge the death of his friend. 2. From what point of view is the story told? (1 point) first-person point of view third-person limited point of view*****

  6. s

    "Hang On, Dolly!" was written by Sally Leey to show that their are no limits to doing what you love. The title of the book is "Hold On, Dolly!" because when Dolly's parachute, tied to a hot air-balloon by a light rope. She had to hold on the trapeze bar,

  7. Language arts

    ***** = my answer Please check my work 1.Why would two different authors who are writing about the same topic represent it in two different ways?. Because one authors point of view is subjective and the other's is objective. Because the two authors have to

  8. Language arts

    What is point of view?(1 point) the order in which events unfold the author’s perspective on a series of events the way a character develops over time the way a narrator sees and experiences events Which point of view allows the reader to see the

  9. history narrative

    spoken word and written text are different because? a. speakers can include emotion, sound, personality, and feelings that the writer may not be able to express fully through text. b. writers are limited to what they cana nd cannot include for the voice of

  10. language arts

    most authors use which point of view in an informational text?

  11. Literature

    Which statement best explains the effect of the point of view on the narration of Robinson Crusoe? A. The point of view allows the author to give the reader a "god's-eye view" of the events in the novel. B. The point of view allows the author to narrate

  12. English

    Please help I need to get this done! Author’s Purpose Quick Check Which point of view do most authors use when writing informational text? (1 point) A. subjective B. connotative C. personal D. objective An author of argumentative essays writes for which

  13. English

    Which point of view do most authors use when writing informational text? (1 point) A. subjective B. connotative C. personal D. objective An author of argumentative essays writes for which purposes? Select two correct answers. (2 points) A. to infer B. to

  14. English

    Article 1 informs readers about the benefits of hand washing, and Article 2 persuades readers to wash their hands more. Given this information, which method of writing is different between the two articles?(1 point) purpose for writing** tone topic text

  15. English

    "I thought myself pretty smart at many things, like holding my breath, running, jumping, or climbing vines in Old Woman Swamp, and I wanted more than anything else someone to race to Horsehead Landing, someone to box with, and someone to perch in the top

  16. english

    Question 1 A) Which of the following is a summary of a literary text?(1 point) a list of a story's main points a mix of minor details and main points extracted from a text a shortened version of a work that includes the main points of the story and the

  17. language help

    Most authors use which point of view in an informational text?(1 point) subjective connotative first-person objective

  18. English

    From what point of view is a Midsummer Nights Dream narrated? Third person point of view

  19. English

    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

  20. 3 other questions.

    Sorry. Elizabeth wants to turn her diary entry into a fictional short story. Which BEST identifies a structural change that would allow readers to know more about the thoughts and feelings of Stevie and Elizabeth's parents? A)changing the point of view

  21. English

    When using pronouns such as you, your, and yours, you're writing in which point of view? A. First-person B. Compound-person C. Second-person D. Third-person my answer is c.

  22. language arts again HELP

    How do readers create a mental image of the story?(1 point) by watching a filmed version of the story by listening closely to the narrator for more information by thinking about the text's level of difficulty by using detailed descriptions to visualize

  23. English

    Which statement best captures the authors point of view and purpose in this article? A.Third person point of vies allows the author to explore the ethical mistakes of a psychologist B.Third person point of view allows the author to describe an influential

  24. Language Arts

    Interpreting Facts Quick Check Which type of reader must a student be to understand how the facts in a text are being interpreted by different authors?(1 point) an interpretive reader an accurate reader a factual reader a critical reader Which of the

  25. ENGLISH

    Jonathan Edwards was a____. (1 point) politician farmer slave owner preacher ~ 2. Why is Edwards’s God so angry? (1 point) because men are sinful and wicked ~ because the Puritans left Europe because Native Americans worship different gods none of the

  26. english

    How does text organization help an author achieve the desired purpose? (1 point) A.The text structure allows an author to avoid conveying a certain tone in the writing. B.The text structure allows an author to have a specific point of view. C.The text

  27. English

    1. In which of the following selections is point of view used to highlight contradictions in what is being described? A) "Aztec Creation story" B) "Day of the Butterfly" C) "At the Tourist Centre in boston"** D) "Two Bodies" 2. Which of the following

  28. Language Arts

    Which statement best captures the author’s point of view and purpose in this article? Third person point of view allows the author to explore the ethical mistakes of a psychologist. A.Third person point of view allows the author to describe an

  29. Language Arts 6 A

    What do graphic aids do in informational texts?(1 point) They present information visually to help reader. They alternate text and visuals to break up texts. They illustrate the reasoning behind a statement. They direct readers to relevant print resources.

  30. Language Arts

    Recall what you have learned about analyzing informational texts to write an analysis of Perfectly Imperfect by Donna Bozzone. Use the following prompts to guide your response: 1.Write a paragraph in which you analyze the text structure of the

  31. HISTORY HELP plsssssssss

    Which of the following is a characteristic of illuminated manuscripts? Text was presented in different colors, based on its intended purpose. Text was written with special ink that made the text appear brighter to readers. The manuscript covers were kept

  32. Language Arts 7B

    1 which of the following is a summary of a literary text?(1 point) A shortened version of a work that highlights its main points B a mix of minor details and main points extracted from a text C a list of a story's main points D a shortened version of a

  33. English

    1. Article 1 informs readers about the benefits of hand washing, and Article 2 persuades readers to wash their hands more. Given this information, which method of writing is different between the two articles?(1 point) text organization tone purpose for

  34. Literature

    The novel To Kill a Mockingbird features a main character named Scout. Scout is also the voice that tells the story. What point of view is used in the novel? A. first person B. third-person limited

  35. Number the stars Ch.3 Questions

    1. What point of view is number the stars? 1st person 3rd person 2. Who is telling the story An outside narrator Annemarie Annemarie's Mom Ellen 3. How does the narrators point of view influence how events are described? It allows the reader to understand

  36. Language

    In three to five sentences, write an introduction to a narrative written in first-person point of view. Be sure to include an introduction of main characters and a problem they face.

  37. ela

    1. What does a summary do?(1 point) a. Includes the reader's own o b. Adds more supporting details to a text pinions about the text c. recaps the minor details in a text d. Restates the most important information in a text 2.What characteristic does a

  38. English

    "The movement down the trail would seem relentless if it did not appear so effortless. The wolf's body, from neck to hips, appears to float over the long, almost spindly legs and the flicker of wrists, a bicycling drift through the trees, reminiscent of

  39. Ed Tech

    1. Spoken word and written text are different because A. speakers can include emotion, sound, personality, and feelings that the writer may not be able to express fully through text. B. writers are limited to what they can and cannot include for the voice

  40. algebra

    The distance D , in miles to the horizon from an obsever's point of view over water or flat earth is given below , where H is the height of the point of view in feet . if a person whose eyes are 5ft above ground level is standing at the top of hill 45 ft

  41. la check

    which of the following is not a major point of view first person third person fourth person limited (THIS ONE)

  42. ELA

    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

  43. English

    The Drive-In Movies" is written from the point of view of the author, Gary Soto. How would the story be different if it were written by a neighbor who observed the events described in the story? please give me an example cause I can't think of anything :(

  44. Language arts

    What does third person limited mean? Thanks for helping !!! Third person point of view (POV) in literature has several variations -- omniscient, limited omniscient, etc. Point of view:

  45. English

    Article 1 has an explanatory voice, is written in third-person point of view, and has a text structure of facts supported with details. Which purpose for writing is the best match for Article 1? A.to persuade B.to express opinion C.to inform D.to entertain

  46. English

    The resolution of "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" shows Mitty ___________. realizing for the first time that his wife is a good person. dying in a car accident while daydreaming. imagining that he is bravely facing a fire squad. finally getting over his

  47. Language Arts 7 PLEASE IM DESPERATE

    Which sentence uses a first person point of view? My brother and I spend hours playing together His sister spent the afternoon baking They often participate in yoga classes The students spent weeks preparing for the exam Read the excerpt from if people

  48. history

    which of the following describes the role of an anthropologist? ( 1 point ) a) a person who studies the origin and development of humans b)a person who searches for artifacts from prehistory people c) a person who excavates remains from early communities

  49. Reading

    For my summer reading project, they require us to state the point of view and to give a quote from the book (the Alchemyst) to prove the book was written in that point of view. The book is omniscient, and almost every chapter it is a different character

  50. English

    Earth is the third planet from the sun." Why is this a bad claim for a persuasive text? (1 point) It is a significant statement. It is not arguable. It cannot be supported. It expresses a point of view. who has the answers for the whole test?

  51. Reading

    11. “The branches had become so hard that they wounded your hand if you but tried to break a twig. And yet, down under the frozen crusts, at the roots of the trees, the secret of life was still safe, warm as the blood in one’s heart; and the spring

  52. English /Lit

    Using literary elements,compare and contrast Abigail Adams letter to her daughter with Jean de Crevecoeur's essay from letter to an American farmer. Now i read both essays, and im very fond of both of them . but i have trouble on what to compare and

  53. English

    The great gatsby is written in which point of view. 1st person limited 1st person omniscient 3rd person limited My answer is c

  54. Language

    Check My Answers Please 1. Which option describes a first-person point of view in a narrative text? - When some of the characters show their thoughts and feelings 2. An introduction in a narrative text should have a/an ______ that interests the reader and

  55. english

    Choose one sentence that states the author’s point of view about the South Pole. Then choose two pieces of text evidence that support the author’s point of view. Author's Point of View The South Pole was a dangerous place to explore. The South Pole was

  56. English

    “When Gradnmama died at 83 our whole household held its breath. She had promised us a sign of her leaving, final proof that her present life had ended well.” Based on the introductory line from “The Jade Peony” by Wayson Choy, what is the point of

  57. science

    Select the correct answer from the list. (1 point) A - connection is when something in a text reminds the reader of something in his or her own life. text to world text to self text to text

  58. checking my answers.

    In the winter of 1976, when I was only four years old, my family moved into a modest home in a growing Greenville neighborhood. Upon a slope on one side of the house, stood a dozen tree sprigs looking rather bald and barren. By springtime, however, the

  59. language arts

    From which point of view are the sentences written from Johnny tremain? It was past dawn when he woke, his feeling of contentment still in him. He was no longer his own problem but Merchant Lyte's. Tomorrow at this time what would be calling him? 'Uncle

  60. English

    1. A story in which the narrator is also a character uses (1 point) A. first-person point of view. B. second-person point of view. C. third-person limited point of view. D. third-person omniscient point of view. * 2. "This time they're really killing us,

  61. English

    Read the following sentences adapted from p. 129 of The Watsons Go to Birmingham-1963. The boys got into bed. Byron was up in his top bunk and Kenny was down in the bottom. Kenny was so excited that he was talking a mile a minute-although he realized that

  62. MBSH

    What is the point of view of the passage? third-person objective first-person third-person limited third-person omniscient

  63. Language Art's

    1.)Which type of person is Merchant Lyte from Johnny Tremain A kind and generous B crass and sloppy C devious and manipulative D intelligent and hardworking C? 2.)Which lines from the novel best supports the answer to the previous question? A.)"He's sly".

  64. Language

    The boy got bed Byron was up in his top bunk and Kenny was down in the bottom Kenny was so exited that he was talking a mile a minute although he realized that he was probably just talking to himself. Byron was still upset about the trip so he refused to

  65. Please help

    Article 1 has an explanatory voice, is written in third-person point of view, and has a text structure of facts supported with details. Which purpose for writing is the best match for Article 1?(1 point) to entertain to persuade< to inform to express

  66. art need help

    1. This is the study of beauty and art. (1 point)ethics harmony unity aesthetics 2. This view refers to how realistic the subject is in a work of art. (1 point)object view critical view subject view photographic view 3. This view refers to how clearly an

  67. ELA

    Most authors use which point of view in an informational text?(1 point) connotative first-person subjective objective I think it is the subjective, but the texts say that it it subjective or objective. Plz Help Me!!!! :(

  68. English III

    “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” written by Ambrose Bierce demonstrates use of omniscient point of view. What is omniscient point of view? ____________________________________- A. A narrator that refers to him or herself as I. B. The narrator is an

  69. English-Narrators

    Hi, I need some help distinguishing the type of narrators in this story. The questions relate to the following prose passage: "When Peter Smith saw his old friend George Rogers for the first time in years, he was amazed. He was walking through one of the

  70. Literature

    3. From Which point of view are the following paragraphs written? A young woman just moved into an apartment. She thought it was a nice neighbor-hood and became delighted when she heard a saxophone. She could not believe her luck--she, too, played the sax.

  71. Help please!!

    Read the sentence below. Harry didn't know that his actions would affect so many people. He now regretted his choice. This is an example of ____________. A. first-person point of view

  72. Literature [Ms.Sue Please Check]

    please check these: 1. In "The Gift of the Magi," Jim's suggestion that he and Della put away the Christmas presents shows that he is a. loving and practical b. unsentimental and cruel c. tired of presents d. unforgiving and resentful A 2. Irony is built

  73. english help please asap

    can anyone tell me what point of view is and how i can find out what the point of view in a story is?? please thanks in advance Point of view refers to who the narrator of a story is. There are a few choices: First person -- The narrator is "I" and may be

  74. English

    Thank you!! Could you check the things I wrote on the different kinds of narrator. (I still need to include the non-omniscient narrator but I need to know if my definitions are correct). 1) The narrator is the voice who tells the story and from whose point

  75. language arts

    Which point of view is are the sentences written? It was past dawn when he awoke, his feeling of contentment still in him. He was no longer his own problem but Merchant Lyte's. Tomorrow at this time what would he be calling him? Uncle Jonathan? Cousin

  76. English

    I left out the following statements. Could you please check them? Thak you.. 1) A third-person narrator can tell the story as an omniscient narrator, who knows everything about the events and the characters’ thoughts using an unlimited point of view or

  77. English

    “When Gradnmama died at 83 our whole household held its breath. She had promised us a sign of her leaving, final proof that her present life had ended well.” Based on the introductory line from “The Jade Peony” by Wayson Choy, what is the point of

  78. the cay(help)

    1. Which of the following words could be used to describe Phillip so far? (1 point) capable hopeful mysterious 2. From what point of view is the story told? (1 point) first person point of view third person point of view 3. Which of the following is not a

  79. Language Arts

    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.

  80. Language Arts Help!

    Read the folowing sentences from the novel. From which point of view are the sentences written? It was past dawn when he woke, his feeling of contentment stll in him. He was no longer his own problem by Merchent Lyte's. Tomorrow at this time what would he

  81. LA

    he boy got bed Byron was up in his top bunk and Kenny was down in the bottom Kenny was so exited that he was talking a mile a minute although he realized that he was probably just talking to himself. Byron was still upset about the trip so he refused to

  82. Mrs.sue help me plz!!

    The boys got into bed Byron was up in his top bunk and Kenny was down in the bottom Kenny was so exited that he was talking a mile a minute although he realized that he was probably just talking to himself. Byron was still upset about the trip so he

  83. Ela

    Most author use which point of view in an informational text? A. connotative B. Objective C. First person D. Subject

  84. English 11

    In “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God,” Edwards establishes various conclusions and then applies those conclusions to his congregation. What strategy does Edwards use to make the application of his conclusions seem very personal and relevant to his

  85. English

    Andy likes to get a point of view before he reads to get the "big picture." Narrative text, or expository text?

  86. English

    I forgot to include the following statements. I really hope you can have a look at them, too. Thank you very much in advance. 1)The third-person narrator is a narrator who stands outside the story and uses the third person voice to refer to the characters.

  87. LA

    The short story “The Tell-Tale Heart” is told in first person point of view. How would the connection between the audience and the story most likely change if the story was told in the third person point of view? a) The audience would most likely feel

  88. English

    any suggestions on this: i can't think of this word, when you read a view point of someone who isn't " ", like a person might talk about a person badly but this person just tells about a person without feelings.

  89. writing

    Write a one-paragraph narrative about yourself in the first person point of view. Revise your narrative using the third person point of view.

  90. English

    if the writer takes an omniscient perspective, and provides insight into the characters' thoughts and motivations, then the point of view is A. individual B. second-person C. first-person D.third-person ithink it is C

  91. English

    I have a question about the point of view of this would be story; It starts with this sentence: I was drving down the mainstreet in a small city and was astounded to see an old buddy looking like he had been dragged through the mud.. The story will

  92. English

    Could someone explain how to identify first person, first peripheal, third person omniscient,third person limited or third person paraphase. I know the definitions but I guess I just need a basic way to identify them from each other-is there such a thing?

  93. reading

    who is most likely to have A DIFFERENT POINT OF VIEW ABOUT RESCUING MARNE ANIMALS? I PUT A PERSON WHO SELLS SEAL FUR FOR A LIVING OTHER OPTIONS ARE A PERSON WHO WORKS AT AN AQUARIUM A PERSON WHO STUDIES THE OCEAN AND ITS CREATURES A MARINE MAMMAL TRAINER

  94. Literature

    "Rewrite a section from 'Snow' using a different point of view. You can choose any point of view you like. You can also choose to rewrite any section from the story as long as it is atleast 1 paragraph in legth." This is the paragraph I chose: "Snow," I

  95. Language Arts

    Read the paragraph. We heard music coming from the auditorium, so we crept up to the door and peeked in. I couldn’t believe my eyes! A group of dancers were on stage in the most beautiful costumes I had ever seen. I looked at Mabel and she looked back at

  96. reading

    what point of view is it if the text says he ,and his? please answer asap! thank you!

  97. English

    Ben sat on a bench and watched a flurry of pigeons peck hungrily at the ground. His lunch break was almost over, so he stood to walk back to the office. His boss, Mr. Henley, was never there, but Ben still didn’t want to risk being late. He liked his job

  98. Ed Tech

    what point of view provides information about others a. first person b. second person c. third person

  99. social studies

    lession 1 north and south grow apart whao I have to do is compare and contrast. I have some of it done but I can't fine what is the similar and different?With the way of lift in the 1850. point of view on tariffs in imported good. And point of view on the

  100. ELA

    How the point of view of the passage affects how events are described using details from the text?

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