answer is B
I think the answer is A because second person is what manuals and directions are written it, but I could be wrong.
I would say one but I'm not Percent sure
Or it can be B am not so sure
the correct answer is A) One
The correct answer is A. One
In literature, the second-person point of view commonly occurs when the narrator is a character that is somehow involved in the story and he or she tells the events that occur in the story by using the pronoun "you" which involves the reader itself into the narrative. Because of this, in second person point of view the narrator only includes the thoughts, feelings and perspective of himself or herself as a character, which implies the narrator does not have access to other characters or to the person the narrator is addressing and therefore in a second-person narrative the reader would only have access to the thoughts of one character who is also the narrator or voice that tells the story.
The correct option is A.
When writing a story, the author can chose to express his viewpoint in first person, second person or third person. When an author expresses his opinions using the second person narration method, it means that the author is telling the story to another character. In this case, the pronouns that the author will use are 'You and Your, Yourself, Yours and Yourselves.
The narrator is the predominant authority in a second person narrative since they are the only element that dictates how the characters in the story should behave and how the plot moves forward. Taking account of this information, it can be inferred that the only character thoughts the reader has access to are those of the narrator, watching the story flow throught the eyes of the latter.