Passive voice to active voice
Recieving a blood transfusion is discouraged, although some blood products that are not whole blood products such as immunoglobulins, haemophiliac preparations, albumin, cryoprecipate, and even their own blood have been given the go ahead to be used, depending on that individual beliefs. How do I make this sentence active voice, instead of passive voice
Recieving a blood transfusion is discouraged, although some blood products that are not whole blood products such as immunoglobulins, haemophiliac preparations, albumin, cryoprecipate, and even their own blood have been given the go ahead to be used, depending on that individual beliefs.
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Questions concerning passive and active voice are the most popular type of question on this forum. Several very similar questions have been asked in the past 24 hours alone.
Here is what you should do.
First, enter "passive voice" in the search box at the top of this page. You will be presented with more than 50 recent questions (and their answers) concerning passive voice. Read these questions and our answers.
Second, you should look up and read about what constitutes passive voice and active voice. Here are several links --
Wikipedia's page on English Passive Voice -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_passive_voice
University of North Carolina's handout discussing passive voice -- http://writingcenter.unc.edu/handouts/passive-voice/
The Grammarly Handbook's pages on passive voice are indexed here -- http://www.grammarly.com/handbook/search/?q=passive+voice
Third, you should understand that passive voice is a style -- it is neither right nor wrong. Although active voice is generally more interesting and easier to read, passive voice fills an important role in writing. There are some disciplines where passive voice is preferred, and there are some sentences that are better suited to remaining in the passive voice.
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