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You've probably noticed that when we transform from activeto passive voice, the verb form changes. There are two typesof verbs employed now: The main and auxiliary verbs. Anauxiliary verb is usually used in conjunction with the mainverb. The auxiliary verb, such as "be, do, or have",expresses the verb's tense or mood.One thing to note here is that the exact meaning of thesentence does not change even if the structure differs.Here are Certain Rules for Active and Passive VoiceThe subject of the verb in the active voice(they)becomes the object in the Passive voice sentences.It is a thumb rule that passive voice phrases, as a rule,always use the third form of the verb, also known asthe past participle form of the verb (example- eat, ate,eaten- eaten is the third form of a verb).
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