Grammar: Passive Voice
Twelfth graders discover how to use the passive voice in sentences.
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How to Recognize and Eliminate Passive Voice
This handout presents the appropriate times to use the active voice and the passive voice with examples and a short exercise. After reading through the information and examples, pupils transform passive sentences into active sentences. A...
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