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Yes the first one is correct (: Passive means past and active means now So you need help with the second one?
I believe it's "have" and active. Also i think the first one is wrong. Shouldn't it be active?
I'm pretty sure my answers are right. Do you understand why I say this though?
so is the first one active or passive? @Squirrels
Passive means the past Active means now Does "has" sound like >right now? or the >past?
and is it have?
For the second one? Is 'have' a verb?
yes it is right
is it active
mam and i think its actually are known
hmm well check on google if thats a verb lol
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..What exactly are you asking..?
Like @squirrels said Passive is past Active is present. The first one is active and so is the second one.
I get where u come from thinking it would be "known" but the answer I believe is "have" for the second one.
is it are known?