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1. He has broken the window.
2. The window has been broken by him.
3. The window is broken by him.

(Which one is the active voice sentence of #1?)

  • English -

    # 1 is in the active voice because it tells what he did.

    #s 2 and 3 are in the passive voice because the subject (window) isn't taking any action.

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    In active voice the subject does something. The action goes Subect->

    In passive voice the verb acts on the subject. The action goes Subject <-

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