Active Voice and Passive Voice
In this identifying active voice and passive voice worksheet, students review definitions and examples, label sentences, and rewrite sentences changing the voice from passive to active. Students write seven answers.
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Passive Voice Worksheet
Sentences can be transformed simply by changing from passive voice to active voice, or the other way around. Challenge your grammarians to take these seven passive sentences and make them active. The sentences provide some situations...
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Active Voice vs. Passive Voice
Can your class tell the difference between passive and active writing? Use this lesson in your writing conventions unit. The lesson prompts middle schoolers to create essays, demonstrating understanding of an active versus passive voice...
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