The Three Types of Third Person POV.
Third Person Omniscient, Third Person Limited, Third Person Objective.
Uses ‘you’ (mostly implied) as the pronoun. normally for giving instructions. i.e.: cookbooks, instruction booklets.
Third Person Omniscient.
Narrator is not a character, but knows all. i.e.: can read thoughts, feelings, hidden motives of all characters.
First Person Narrative.
Uses pronouns like ‘I’, ‘me’, ‘we’, ‘mine’, ‘my’, ‘us’, ‘our’, ‘ours’ in the narration; narrator is a character in the story, and so might not know everything. i.e: all thoughts, feelings, hidden motives of the narrator are reported.
Third Person Objective.
Narrator is not an actual character, per se, but is a bystander. Facts are reported by a seemingly neutral, impersonal observer (the narrator).
Point of View (POV).
The view from which a story is written.
Third Person Limited.
Narrator is not a character, and knows all about ONE character. i.e.: can only read thoughts, feelings, hidden motives of one character.
Third Person Pronouns
He, him, his, her, hers, she, it, its, they, them, their, theirs.