voice change ,active to passive


who teaches you english?

asked May 27 '13 at 12:54 chayan New member

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I am not sure about what is asked. But based on the fragment, I will answer in this manner: To change from active to passive voice, change the doer of the action to the action by the doer. "Who teaches you English?" is in active voice. Note that I capialized English. The doer is "Who." The action is "teaches."  In passive voice , the sentence in question form becomes "By whom are you taught English?" or "You are taught English by whom?" The doer is in the nominative case in active voice and is in the objective case in the passive voice.   Someone else has made note of the comma mishap.

link comment answered May 27 '13 at 21:51 Joeretha J. Stringer New member

Spaces are used after commas, not before them.


Is there a question here?

link comment answered May 27 '13 at 15:24 Tony Proano Expert

He heard calls for help

link answered Jun 21 '14 at 05:11 Trishala Dutta New member

Pls frnd help me to short out this voice change

Trishala DuttaJun 21 '14 at 05:46

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