When using the word YOUR its what point of view?
The person ur talkin to its there point of view
Here's an example of a point of view. The book that I'm reading is third person view. The author used names and him, her, them, they, and so on. That's third person point of view. First person is I and me. The main character telling you the whole story. The second person would be using the word "you" in a literature. The third person is how it is explain on top.. using Him, her, them…
What is the point of view in which narrators tell stories from their own perspective using he she they him her them called?
for me my point of view about this question...hmmmmmMMm...is avoid using any kind of drug because it cannot be help you and it cant be affect your health. for me my point of view about this question...hmmmmmMMm...is avoid using any kind of drug because it cannot be help you and it cant be affect your health.
Which point of view would a biographer best decide with first person point of view limited omniscient person point of view or omniscient point of view?
How does using third person point of view affect the credibility of the sources you use for your academic writing?
When the narrator is telling the story using the pronoun "I" and is a character in the story, the point of view is first person. If there is an undisclosed narrator who is not named as a character in the story, the point of view is third person omniscient. (I hope I have understood your question correctly.)
What is the difference between omniscient third person point of view and limited third person point of view?
The point of view of the word "people" depends on the context. For instance, "We the people..." would be first person. However, phrases such as "People should..." has the word in third person. If it were second person, the word wouldn't be used to refer to the readership; it would instead be "You should" or "You all should."