In which point of view does the author commonly use the pronouns "we," us," and "me?

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Oct 14, 2016

An author will commonly use the words "we," "us," and "me" in the first person point of view.


First person point of view either occurs when the author is writing about himself and also when the main character is narrating the story.

A story written in first person may include something like,
"I stepped aside as the mighty warrior passed and humbly stated, 'I am not worthy.'"

A story in third person would sound more like,
"The mighty warrior was pleased to see the peasant stumble out of his way. It made him feel even more powerful when the lowly street urchin said, 'I am not worthy.'"