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Which point of view is a writer using when we see the words "I" and "we" frequently? a. First person b. Second person c. Third person d. Third person omniscient e. third person limited

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First person is "I went to the store" or "we went to the store" Second is like "me and him went to the store" Third person "they went to the store" (you weren't there but you are telling the story of what happened) Not sure about the last two, I do not understand them. But I know the answer is first person :D
Second person actually addresses the reader, by using the word "you." For example, "You go into the bar and take a seat."
Third person omniscient means someone not in the story, who knows all (or almost all) about the thoughts and feelings of all the characters. Third person limited means they're not in the story, but they have a limited view.

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A. first-person

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