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Your really smart. lol
Why thank you! Now what have you learned from the last question?
Well Answer A i dont think is right because it apears to be what is happening right now. not past for passive
I think its C or D...
Well the characteristic that makes something passive is that the noun is having an action performed to it rather than the subject performing the verb to it.
So neither of those.
But that would leave B and it cant be B.. It's whats happening. "A hurricane watch has been issued by the authorities."
Thats Active.. :/
It's not a matter of the tense of the passage. It can be present tense but still be passive.
So your saying its B..
Yes. It's really difficult to explain passive and active voices. Think back to that example I gave you. What made the two sentences different?
i guess i can see how u got it.. the hurricane WAS Key word.. WAS and then Are for the our key word ARE.. so THANKS!!!
medal for u :D
Well let's put it this way. An active sentence would be something like "Doodle hid the bodies" and a passive sentence would be like "The bodies had been hidden by Doodle." See how they're different?