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When we say what people and things do, we use active verb forms. When we say what happens to people and things - what is done to them - we often use passive verb forms.
The object of an active verb corresponds to the subject of a passive verb.
In most cases, the subject of an active verb is not mentioned in the corresponding passive sentence. If it does have to be mentioned, this usually happens in an expression with by.
|Category: Active and passive voice | Added by: Teacher_Koce (2014-01-07)|
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