Active voice

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Revise to active voice

See example:

Thus, after discussing the incidents with my parents they said that this was how things were, and one day we will be treated equally.
asked May 01 '11 at 03:04 Ann Harper New member

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The passive voice clause is: 'we will be treated equally.'

 

If the person or group who will be treating you equally is unimportant, you are correct to use passive voice.

 

To make passive voice active, you just need to introduce an actor as the subject.

 

For example:

 

". . .we will be treated equally." -- passive

 

". . . others will treat us equally." -- active (others is the actor and the subject)

 

For more information about passive voice, refer to the Passive Voice discussion on our FB page.

link comment answered May 02 '11 at 17:46 Kimberly Expert

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