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Oh wow that's a lot of tagging. Anyways, third person is when the narrator isn't involved in the story and uses words like he or she in place of I or you.
can you use My?
undead can you use MY?
yea the word my
in third person
Um...no you can't. That would be first person. In third person, the author can't interact with the story, just narrate it. It's not like J.K. Rowling was all like "Then I walked in the classroom and I was all like "Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaatttt?!!"
lol thats a great example
Why thank you!
so how would i write something instead of my in this instance "My everyday monster is ..."
Well it depends. Are you a boy or a girl? If you are a boy, you'd use he, and if you're a girl, you'd use she.
Sorry. Him/her I meant.
OH WHOOPS. His/Her I"m such a stupid. XD
lol no you not
I know but I made the same mistake twice. But yeah, his/her.
well imma close it now ty SOOOOOOOOOOO much