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What is passive voice in a sentence?(1 point)

The subject performs the action stated by the verb.
The sentence uses past tense verbs.
The subject is acted upon by the verb.****
The sentence uses present tense verbs.

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  1. Yes

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  2. damon from connexus

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  3. hhh seems like most of the people on this site are from connexus

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  4. cause this is for connexus

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  5. just answer it

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  6. Im also in connexus

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  7. what grade

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  8. 8th grade!!
    1. active and passive (IN THAT ORDER)

    2. passive and active

    3.when the person or thing performing the action is unimportant or unknown

    4.Rebecca and Lauren went to the beach.

    5.Revise it so the person or thing doing the action (the Bluejays) comes before the verb (was won)


    this is for the 8th graders of 2021!

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  9. kawaii is right for me thank youu

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  10. kawaii is correct!! thank you <33

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