This KS2 English quiz takes a look at first, second and third person. I, you, he, she, we, or they are examples of first, second and third person - which should you choose when writing? And how will you know? There are a few basic rules: diaries and letters are written in the first person; instructions are usually in the second person; and reports are written in the third person. When you write stories, you can choose to write in first or third person. How well can you switch all of these pronouns about?
Practise your skills by trying this English quiz. When you feel confident, try a piece of writing in first person, then in second and finally in third person. To check for errors, it's worth reading them aloud or ask your family or a friend to read them to you!
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