Passive voice

Passive voice

Passive voice:

The passive voice is the main element of grammar The subject of a sentence is not the actor but the recipient of the action. In layman’s terms, the subject is the recipient of the verb. For example, in the sentence “The book is read by him in one hour,” the subject is “the book” and the verb is “is read.” The actor in this sentence is “him.”

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Active and passive voice

Active and passive voice

Active and passive voice:

Active and passive voice are two different ways of describing how a sentence feels. In the active voice, the subject is performing the action: The dog chases the ball. The passive voice describes the action’s target, the ball, as being positioned first as the focus of the sentence. The sentence gets thrown over, and the subject is now being acted upon by the verb.

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