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Guest:I, You and we, which is 1st, 2nd and then 3rd person noun or pronoun?
As far as I am concerned, you are the second person if I'm talking to you, third person otherwise.
first person is a story told by I........right?
third person is a story told by someone else.
I have a colledction of stories told by first and third.It is a manuscript
which will become a book. This is hard for me since I have had over 400
articles published in first person.
It is confusing.
Guest:expain the difference between 1st person 2nd person, 3rd person
Anonymous:1st person is the speaker...like you are talking using the word like "i"
2nd person is you talking to someone else...using the words for an example like "you"
3rd is you talking about someone else...using the words like "she/he"
well i hope i put it right...but im not sure....but if you want...email me (e mail removed)
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