The passive voice is a construction that turns the natural object of a sentence into the subject and the natural subject of the sentence into the object. Although it does not technically constitute a grammatical error, it is stylistically undesirable in most situations and should rarely be chosen over the active voice on the SAT or ACT. Continue reading
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