• VOICE
    ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

    VOICE

    Voice refers to the form which a transitive verb assumes to show whether it acts or is acted upon. This implies that the verb has two voices: active and passive. The active voice is used when the subject of the transitive verb is the doer or the active agent in an action, while the passive voice is used when the subject is acted upon or suffers the action done to it.   DISTINCTION BETWEEN ACTIVE VOICE AND PASSIVE VOICE I) Active voice is the name given to the verb in a sentence where the subject of the sentence is the doer of the action, while passive voice is the name…

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