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The passive voiceThe passive voice is made up of two elements: the corresponding form of the verb 'to be' followed by thepast participle. One of the advantages of the passive voice is that it makes texts more formal and ingeneral, although it is not common, it helps us to write scientific texts and more. On the other hand, if weuse the active voice, the writings or speeches will be easier to understand.However, there are many problems in understanding the active and passive voice in English starting withthe concept "voice". To begin with, in grammar, the concept voice refers to the relationship that the verbhas with the subject and what you want to highlight in the sentence. And in this sense, the two optionsare:1. Emphasizing the agent executing an action is equivalent to active voice
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Romeo and Juliet, Passive voice, Active voice

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