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We use passive structures when we want to talk about an action, but are not interested in stating who or what does/did it.
Some verbs can be used in both active and passive forms with similar meanings. Examples are: to worry/to be worried; to drown/to be drowned.
Sometimes active and passive infinitives can be used with very similar meanings.
|Category: Active and passive voice | Added by: Teacher_Koce (2014-01-07)|
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