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Active & Passive Voice

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How to use active and passive voice and the difference between both.

How to use active and passive voice and the difference between both.

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  • 1. Warm up with… Active and Passive Voice/Verbs English 8/Wood
  • 2. Identify each sentence as ACTIVE or PASSIVE
    • Jon hit the ball over the fence.
    • The bat was swung by Laura.
    • Drake’s lunch was eaten by the dog.
    • New rules for class were announced by Ms. Wood.
    • The room will be painted by Scott.
  • 3. Change the ACTIVE sentences to PASSIVE sentences.
    • Kristi presented her research to the class.
    • The dog bit Cody.
    • Ephraim completed his Language Arts assignment in class.
  • 4. Change the PASSIVE sentences to ACTIVE sentences.
    • The final exam was passed by over 80% of the students.
    • Your book was damaged by Matt.
    • The proposal is being considered by the committee.
  • 5.
    • Now you’re all warmed up!
    • (Put these notes in your Grammar section)

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