anonymous
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Which of these statements is written using active voice? Donations have been provided to the shelter. The shelter was given donations by them. He often volunteers at the animal shelter. Volunteering by him has often been done.
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anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Active means its happening right now. So knowing that which one do you think it would be?
anonymous
  • anonymous
C or D?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
C.
anonymous
  • anonymous
D is still passive because it is saying that is HAS been done. C says that he often volunteers meaning he currently does so
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of the following statements is true? Active voice avoids responsibility and should never be used. Passive voice avoids responsibility and should never be used. Active voice takes responsibility and should be used the most. This one right? Passive voice takes responsibility and should be used the most.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Passive voice avoids responsibility and should never be used.
anonymous
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I think. Dont quote me on that one.

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