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Tugas pembelajar b.ing berbantuan komputer

  1. 1. Name: Dina Anggraeni (19610119) Class : 4sa02
  2. 2. Active voice is a grammatical voice common in many of the world's languages. Active voice is used in a clause whose subject expresses the agent of the main verb. That is, the subject does the action designated by the verb. A sentence whose agent is marked as grammatical subject is called an active sentence. Example: active voice The hunter saw the deer passive voice the deer was hunter by deer
  3. 3. Tense Present Subject The car/cars auxiliary Singular auxiliary Plural Past Participle is are designed Present perfect The car/cars Has been Have been designed Past The car/cars was were designed Past future The car/cars Had been Had been designed Future The car/cars Will be Will be designed Future perfect The car/cars Will have been Will have been designed Present progressive The car/cars Is being Are being designed Past progressive The car/cars Was being Were being designed
  4. 4.       verbal or verb form can also take on features of the passive voice. An infinitive phrase in the passive voice, for instance, can perform various functions within a sentence (just like the active forms of the infinitive). Subject: To be elected by my peers is a great honor. Object: That child really likes to be read to by her mother. Modifier: Grasso was the first woman to be elected governor in her own right. The same is true of passive gerunds. Subject: Being elected by my peers was a great thrill. Object: I really don't like being lectured to by my boss. Object of preposition: I am so tired of being lectured to by my boss.
  5. 5. The passive voice requires a "double verb" and will always consist of a form of the verb "to be" and the past participle (usually the "en/ed/t" form) of another verb. Example: Active: John baked the bread. Passive: The bread was baked by John. (Was is a form of the verb “be”.)
  6. 6.    Active voice is preferable to passive for the majority of your sentences. Overuse of passive voice or use of passive voice in long and complicated sentences can cause readers to lose interest or to become confused. Sentences in active voice are generally-though not always-- clearer and more direct. Passive (indirect) Active (direct)

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