It's when an outside narrator uses passive verbs like "am, is, are, was, were."

The third person is when the narrator is not an actual character in the story and refers to the characters by name or by "he," "she," "they," etc.

The passive voice is when the character isn't actually doing anything, and the verbs that describe his actions are forms of the verb "to be": am, is, are, was, were, b... more

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