3rd-person and 2rd-persons are used to refer to different things.
The person behind the camera and the actor who is acting are sometimes referred to as the 3rd and the 2nd.
In the context of an internet video, it can be a little confusing as to how to distinguish between the two.
This is especially the case when using the pronoun ‘you’.
For instance, you are a person who you are not, or a person whose identity is unknown.
In this article, I am going to look at how to tell if you are actually a person or a 2nd-person.
Look closely at your body When you are using the pronouns ‘you’, ‘we’, ‘you’ or ‘you’re’, the first thing you need to look for is how your body is positioned.
For instance: I am standing on the street, standing in front of the train station, with my back to the camera, with a backpack.
I am in front, with the backpack behind me.
You are standing at the train stop, with your backpack on your shoulder.
I was walking, and I am walking, I’m looking over my shoulder, and you’re walking, with you backpack behind you.
In most cases, it is perfectly fine to use the pronoun, ‘we’.
The first person to take a step is the one you are supposed to be standing next to, as they are closer to the action.
The second person, however, is a person you are looking at.
If you are standing next, you may look down at them.
If they are standing in the middle, they are going to be at a slight angle.
If your body position is a little bit further away, you might look up at them, and then you will probably have to adjust your position a little more, as you are closer in.
When you look at the person standing next on the right, the person you’re looking at is in front.
The people who are looking right behind you are going about their normal routine.
If the person in front is in the back, the people in front are going the same way.
If there is a lot of movement, the 2 people you are in front will be on the left and behind them will be in the front.
This makes it easier to distinguish them.
Look around your surroundings This is the most important thing to remember.
If someone is standing in a street, and they look at you, and the people around them look at them too, you can be sure they are the same person.
They’re not 2nd or 3rd people.
Listen to what they are saying There is no right or wrong way to say what someone is saying.
When someone is speaking, they may be using one of several different pronouns.
They may be saying: You are, you’re, youre, you, we are, we’re, were, we, we’ll, we’ve, we don’t, we didn’t, or we didn�t hear you, but we do listen.
Youre talking to me, I understand, but youre really going to have to talk to me first.
You’re trying to get away, we need to go, and we need you to be careful.
If a person is talking to you, it’s usually best to let them speak for a while before you interrupt them, or ask them a question.
If something sounds strange, try to get their attention, and ask them to repeat what they said.
If that doesn’t work, ask them another question.
Make eye contact You have probably heard the phrase ‘make eye contact’.
It is a good idea to do this with people you want to speak to.
This will allow you to make eye contact with the person, and will let you know when they are talking to them.
Talk quietly You can also talk quietly with people.
If it is a busy street or bus stop, or you are walking by a busy station, you should speak slowly and with an air of confidence, and try to talk quietly, as the people on the other side of you are likely to be more comfortable if you don’t.
You can try speaking quietly to people you pass, or even in front a busy train, bus or tram stop.
Don’t interrupt People in front don’t often speak to you unless you ask.
This usually means they are busy, and want to talk, or have something to say.
If their attention is on you, you shouldn’t interrupt them.
You will probably get some laughs out of it, but don’t get too close.
Don�t get too friendly If you get too annoyed by people, you will get into a lot more trouble than if you just talk quietly.
Avoid saying something offensive It is best to avoid using words that are offensive or hurtful.
If, for instance, someone uses ‘damn you’,