First Person point of view: I, We, Me, Mine, Us, Our, Ours
I like dogs... I think dogs are good. We have three dogs. My dogs are all black. I walk down the street and I look at people with dogs.
Second Person point of view: You, Your, Yours
You like dogs. You think dogs are fun, but you do not have any dogs. Your dogs do not eat very much. You walk your dog every day.
Third Person point of view: He, She, It, They, His, Hers, Theirs, Him...
He does not like dogs. They never talk to dogs. His dogs are all white. He thinks people should not have dogs. Their dogs barked at his dogs. It is true that dogs are smart.
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