526 GG Types of Third Person Point of View. Flammable and Inflammable

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WHY DOES “INFLAMMABLE” MEAN “FLAMMABLE”? When we’re describing something that burns easily, we say it’s flammable, but “inflammable” means the same thing and was the original word, so why do we have both? http://bit.ly/inflammableORflammable

THIRD PERSON: There are three main types of third person point of view in literature: third person limited, third person omniscient, and third person objective. Each has advantages and disadvantages. Here’s the run-down and some examples. http://bit.ly/thirdpersonPOV

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