The passive voice is a common feature of the English language. It is a grammatical structure that allows a speaker or writer to express an action without naming the actor or doer of the action. Instead, the object of the action is promoted to the subject position, and the doer of the action is either omitted or introduced by a prepositional phrase. In this blog, we will explore the passive voice in depth, its structure, uses, and common misconceptions.
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