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Point of View Questions - All Grades

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The Point of View questions below are in the following grade levels:
Grades: 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Continuing Education
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Grade 6 :: Point of View by mwalthers
Which point of view is used when the narrator is all-knowing and can see into the minds of all of the characters?
  1. first-person
  2. third-person
  3. third-person limited
  4. third-person omniscient
Grade 7 :: Point of View by Toledo
Select the choice from below that shows this passage is written from a third person limited point of view.

Joshua and Sydney went for a long bike ride that evening. The sun was beginning to set in the distance. Joshua began to worry that they wouldn't make it home before dark. He suggested that they take a short cut on the way home.
  1. Joshua and Sydney went for a long bike ride that evening.
  2. The sun was beginning to set in the distance.
  3. Joshua began to worry that they wouldn't make it home before dark.
  4. He suggested that they take a short cut on the way home.
Grade 9 :: Point of View by cvbreedlove
If the narrator of a story is not in the story, this is considered:
  1. First Person Point of View
  2. Second Person Point of View
  3. Third Person Point of View
Grade 4 :: Point of View by szeiger

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Which choice does NOT show how the story would be different if it was told in first person from Mary Lennox's point of view?
  1. It might show why Mary Lennox acted the way she did.
  2. It might make Mary Lennox seem much nicer.
  3. It might show the point of view of Mary Lennox's friends.
  4. It might help the reader take Mary Lennox's side.
Grade 5 :: Point of View by Magbyk
Which point of view is uncommon, and uses the pronoun "you"?
  1. first person
  2. second person
  3. third person
  4. third person omniscient
Grade 4 :: Point of View by szeiger

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Even though the story is written in third person it is similar to first person because...
  1. You can see the thoughts of multiple characters
  2. You can tell how Marcus is feeling
  3. You can get a single perspective
  4. You can discover what happened during the play
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