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Ch 4: Point of View, Tone & Meaning

About This Chapter

Simplify the process of studying for an exam that covers point of view, tone and meaning using this chapter's study resources. Engaging lessons and mini quizzes can improve your comprehension of this subject in a short period of time.

Point of View, Tone & Meaning - Chapter Summary

Study the basics of point of view, tone and meaning with help from the fun lessons in this short chapter. Gain greater insight into inferences, uses of point of view, the impact of word choice and more. When finished with this chapter, you will be able to do the following:

  • Define and describe first-, second- and third-person point of view
  • Explain how point of view can create suspense and humor
  • Get the gist of tone and mood in a reading passage
  • Describe how word choice impacts meaning and tone
  • Share the meaning of inference and explain how to infer intended meaning

Study any lessons in this chapter that can help you best understand point of view, tone and meaning. If you need to clarify any topics covered in the lessons, feel free to submit your questions to our experts via the Dashboard. When ready, check your knowledge of this chapter by taking mini quizzes and a practice exam. All lessons are accessible as short videos and full transcripts, and they can be accessed using any smartphone, tablet or computer with an Internet connection.

Chapter Practice Exam
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