Difference between revisions of "Second person"
Latest revision as of 06:39, 25 May 2019
The second person point of view is a form of writing in which the point of view of the narrative work is told in the voice of the onlooker, the reader.
>EAT APPLE You eat the apple and find it quite to your liking.
as opposed to:
I have eaten the apple and found it quite to my liking. or: I eat the apple and find it quite to my liking.