I've been trying everything with this sentence but Grammarly still tells me that there is passive voice, could someone help me out?
Zombies in "The walking dead" are known for their massive numbers and low intelligence with intelligence inferior to humans.
Passive voice is grammatically correct, but it not the preferred voice to use.
The verb 'are known' is your problem. Passive voice is a form of the verb 'to be' used with another verb which directs the action back onto the subject.
In order to change this to active voice, you would have to introduce who it is that knows this information about zombies. I would leave this sentence in passive voice but make a couple of changes. The title of the movie should be capitalized. I also changed the last part of the sentence to simplify it.
Zombies in "The Walking Dead" are known for their massive numbers and intelligence that is inferior to humans.
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