It was a tale that has been told many times before. As much as Laura wanted to focus she could not get Marcus out of her mind. She foolishly stared at the back of his in Spanish class, wasting time that should have been spent working on the test. She just kept wondering if Marcus liked her the way that she liked him. There was really no way to know. However that did not stop her from evaluating every insignificant move he made, and trying to tie a nonexistent meaning to it. Before she knew it the bell rang. She looked down at her test that only had her name written on it. She knew in an instant that she was in trouble. What is the point of view of this writing? A. Second-person B. Third-person omniscient C. Third-person limited D. First-person

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