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Intersubjectivity: Definition & Examples

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The event a character experiences, or the goal he or she wants to achieve, is called a/an _____.

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1. A person experiencing an event can be called a/an _____.

2. Which of the following is the best example of intersubjectivity?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet were designed to help you check your skills on defining and identifying intersubjectivity. You'll review subjects, objects and their relations to each other.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The main goals of this worksheet is to provide an opportunity for you to test and review:

  • Defining and identifying the subject and object in a sentence
  • Using examples of intersubjectivity
  • Defining intersubjectivity and its impact on writing

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - ensure you understand what intersubjectivity is by answering questions about it
  • Distinguishing differences - be able to pick out key differences of the object and subject in a sentence
  • Information recall - check your knowledge on the relationship of the object and subject in intersubjectivity

Additional Learning

Would you like to learn more or get a deeper review? Check out the provided lesson, Intersubjectivity: Definition & Examples, to learn more about:

  • Defining related terms like subject and object
  • How the subject and object relate in intersubjectivity
  • How intersubjectivity is used in writing
  • Clear examples of the use of intersubjectivity
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