active and pasive voice - 862 Words
Active and Passive Voice
Definition: A sentence construction showing simply a subject and what happens to it is called “the passive voice.” It consists of a form of the verb be (be, am, are, is, was, were, will be, has been, have been, etc.) and a participle (often a word ending in “ed”)—The employee was fired, the war will be ended, the papers are corrected, etc.
Good writers prefer active voice because it is often more interesting (and informative) to read. Active voice examples: The company...
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