Grammer: Person, Place, Thing.You can find the subject at the start of the sentence. The subject is usually place before the verb.

Here are some examples: (Verbs are ‘_____”)

Jenny “played” all day. The park “is” far from my house. It “lives” in cold places like the Arctic. “The rose” is…. “……” dog has …. “The green” box is between… “John” is studying….

Pick the picture: (Picture A)

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What Is ‘Person’ in GramIn grammar, the personal pronouns (Iyouhesheitweyouthey) are grouped into one of the three categories:

  • The First Person. This category is used for the point of view of the speaker or a group that includes the speaker. A basic sentence in the first person would typically start “I [did something]” or “We [did something].” (In grammar, the first-person personal pronouns are Imewe, and us.)

Read more the “first person” in grammar.

  • The Second Person. This category is used for those being spoken to. A basic sentence in the second person would start “You [did something].” (In grammar, the second-person pronoun is you.)

Read more the “second person” in grammar.

  • The Third Person. This category is used for everyone else. A basic sentence in the third person would start “He [did something]”, “She [did something],” or “They [did something].” (In grammar, the third-person pronouns are hehimsheheritthey, and them. The third person also includes all other nouns, e.g., Fritz, Germans.)

Read more the “third person” in grammar.mar? (with Examples)

Person is a category used to distinguish between (1) those speaking, (2) those being addressed, and (3) those who are neither speaking nor being addressed (i.e., everybody else). These three categories are called the first personthe second person, and the third person.

Choosing the right person can help portray the right image.

Choose the right person? Yup, I’m still talking about grammatical person. If you want to portray a personal touch or show responsibility for your actions, write in the first person (i.e., use “I” or “we”). For example:

  • I will handle your claim within 24 hours.

If you want to portray formality or distance yourself from your actions, write in the third person (i.e., use “he,” “she,” “it,” or nouns). For example:

  • Lees Ltd will handle your claim within 24 hours.

If you really wanted to distance yourself from your actions, you could also write in the passive voice.

  • Your claim will be handled within 24 hours by Lees Ltd.

Daniel DiDIo https://www.chitchat2fluency.com