• callielovesyhuu
Which two statements about first-person narration are generally true? The narrator can be a witness or a reteller of events. The narrator always provides reliable information. The narrator accurately knows past and future events. The narrator is a character in the story. The narrator knows everything about all characters. @abhisar @Nnesha @robtobey @kainui @surjithayer @sleepyjess @mathmate @Preetha
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  • mathmate
A first person narrator could be a person in the story. He/she reports things as is seen through his/her viewpoint, therefore does not see or know everything perfectly, just like a human being would.

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