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help please will medal Which of the following characteristics represents third-person limited point of view? The story-teller uses words like I, he, and we. The story-teller is the main character of the story. The story-teller is aware of the thoughts and actions of several characters. The story-teller's viewpoint is limited to the thoughts and actions of the main character.

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    Third person, is when a story is told by a narrator not involved in the story itself. Objective third person means the narrator only knows what someone watching would know (so they don't know people's thoughts, but rather actions and words). The third person objective, is when a story is told by a narrator not involved in the story itself. Objective third person means the narrator only knows what someone watching would know; they don't know people's thoughts, only their actions and words. So to answer your original question, a third person objective point of view is a point of view told by a narrator not involved in the story itself, and cannot know characters thoughts, but only actions and words, like you would if you were watching it in real life, or even a movie + 93 others found this useful Was this answer useful? YES SOMEWHAT NO Like us on Facebook! 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    answer? plz

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