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READING COMPEREHENSION 3
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Title Text DISCOVERING THE AUTHOR’S POINT OF VIEW
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DOC, DO YOU KNOW WHAT IS THE POINT OF VIEW? UUM, I DON’T KNOW SURELY, MY FRIEND WILL TELL YOU WHAT IT IS..
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A point of view is the point through which the author considers, presents or communicates his messages or ideas.
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Authors have reasons why they write a piece. Many authors write to inform or teach someone about something. Sometimes authors write for others to enjoy his or her piece. Often authors' purpose of writing is to persuade their audience to do or not do something.
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HOW WE CAN FIND THE AUTHOR’S POINT OF VIEW IN A TEXT?
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To make you clearer about the author's point of view, lets read the text carefully !
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The earth is a sphere made up of one- fourth land and three-fourths water. The largest bodies of water are the four oceans: Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, and Arctic Ocean. The land is divided into seven continents: North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, and Antarctica.
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