Originally Answered: Easy grammar question! PLEASE help! 10 points best answer!.
This place is a zoo. Joe (or your name or somebodys name) thinks that the room should be cleaned. Joes mom always yells at Joe for his room being messy. Joe is trying to keep his room clean all week. Joe is having a hard time with his room.
To write in the third person, you either use people's names or the third person pronouns. Remember, pronouns are classified as follows: The singular pronouns refer to one person, and the plural pronouns refer to more than one. Within each of these two groups, they're classified as either first, second, or third person. Here is the classification:
A. Singular Pronouns
1. First Person: I, me, my, mine
2. Second Person: You, your (and the old forms thee, thou, thy, thine)
3. Third Person: He, him, his, he, her,hers, Its
B. Plural Pronouns
1. First Person: We, us, our
2. Second Person: You, yours (or "Y'all" in the South, plus the old forms)
3. Third Person: They, them, their, theirs
If you have a English textbook you can also use that to help. It should have a list of the third person words you can use. It may also have some of the rules.
One way to think of it is "I" come first; "You" come second, and everybody else comes in third.
"How far will they go to save a person?" Is correct. Nothing needs to be added.
"The girl eats some ice cream" In this sentect for "The girl" You can use your own name since its third person. Example: Susie eats some ice cream. You can use this since its in third person.
For the "the girl did this" and "the girl did that" try using "Susie did this" and "Susie did that"
This is more third person. :)
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Im only 12 so i hoped this help! Good Luck!