What do we use with everyone?
According to the definition, an indefinite pronoun like everybody/everyone refers to one or more things, objects and people. In the first case everyone/everybody (indefinite ‘singular’ pronoun) uses singular verb . i.e. loves, which is a correct way to use everybody. In the second case verb used is plural .
How does the narrator’s point of view influence how the events are being described?
This is one big idea– point of view influences how events are described because we see events through the narrator’s eyes. When that narrator is first person, we only see the event through his/her eyes. That’s why this standard is much more interesting to work with (in my opinion) with first person texts.
Is anyone first second or third person?
In grammar, the personal pronouns (“I,” “you,” “he,” “she,” “it,” “we,” “they”) are grouped into one of three categories: First person: “I” and “we” Second person: “you” Third person: “He/She/It” and “They”
What other story element is most affected by the narrator’s point of view?
Answer: I belive it is the theme that is the most affected.16
How do our needs influence the decisions we make?
“What we perceive as needs and what we perceive as wants, influence the choices we make.” NEEDS motivate human behaviour and they correspond to certain beliefs we have. For every habit we have, for every experience we go through over and over, for every pattern we repeat, there is NEED within us for it.
Is everyone second person?
EVERYBODY or EVERYONE is SINGULAR and it takes a singular verb but its pronoun is PLURAL so it takes a PLURAL verb. Second person singular – you think. Third person singular – he/she thinks.
Can they refer to one person?
According to standard grammar, “they” and its related forms can only agree with plural antecedents. “They” most often turns singular in common usage when its antecedent is considered generic, not referring to a single known person.10