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Active and Passive Verbs
Active When the subject of the sentence is doing something the verb is active. E.g. The man wore a grey hat. Subject – man verb – wore object – hat
Passive When the object of the sentence is having something done to it, the verb is passive. The grey hat was worn by the man. Object – hat verb – worn subject – man
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