Writing: Narrative Viewpoint
What words do you you use for first person?
First-person narrator uses the word while a second-person narrator uses the word?
What words are not allowed in third person writings?
Who was the first person to use the word geography?
Asked in Grammar
How can first person direct speech be changed to indirect speech?
Asked in Hatchet - Novel
Is the book hatchet told in first person or third person?
What words can't you use when writing in third person?
Is the word you second person or first person?
The word "you" is in the second person. It is often spoken by the communicator in reference to some *other* person, often the person being spoken to. Sometimes "you" is implied, as in the case of commands. IE: Shut the door. "You," shut the door. In that case, the implied "you" is the subject of the sentence. The first person is identifiable by the use of words like I, me, my, we, etc. The third person is identifiable by the use of words like they, he, she, it, etc.
Asked in Geography
Who was the first person to use the term geography?
What words do you use when you are using third person in a story?
The third person words are nouns or pronouns for the person or thing spoken about. The first person words are nouns or pronouns for the person speaking. The second person words are nouns or pronouns for the person spoken to. Example sentencess for third person: The pandas are a popular attraction at the zoo. When George got to First Street, he got off the train. The roses are more expensive than the tulips. They finally replaced the old benches in the park.
Examples of singular first person words?
First person words are the words for the person speaking. When a person is speaking, she/he rarely uses their name or a noun. A person speaking most often uses the first person pronouns. The singular, first person, pronouns are: I, me, mine, my, myself Example use of first person, singular nouns: Hi, this is Janet. Good morning class, I'm your teacher, Mr. Thorninside. Example use of first person, singular pronouns: I do like that! (personal pronoun, subjective) My sister gave me a haircut. (personal pronoun, objective) My sister is a hairstylist. (possessive adjective) That car with the ticket is mine. (possessive pronoun) I made myself a sandwich for lunch. (reflexive pronoun) I can fix this myself. (intensive pronoun)
Asked in Astronomy, Telescopes
Who was the first person to use a telescope to make astronomical observations?
Asked in Possessive Nouns
What can be a sentence that has a singular possessive noun speaker?
The speaker, the first person, will not use their name (a noun) when speaking in the first person; they will use a first person pronoun. The first person singular possessive pronoun is mine; the first person singular possessive adjective is my. Some people use their name when speaking in the first person, but usually that is for effect, and the speaker is speaking about them self in the third person. So, normally, a first person singular possessive noun is not used.