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1.Select the correct word from the drop-down list. (1 point)
When the subject of the sentence performs the action, the sentence is in
___________. When the subject of the sentence receives the action, and the person or thing doing the action follows the verb, the sentence is in
___________.

my answers:
blank one: active voice
blank two: passive voice

2.Select the correct word from the drop-down list. (1 point)
Sentences with
____________
are wordier because they have an additional helping verb and sometimes the word by. Sentences with
____________
are more clear and concise.

my answers
blank one: active voice
blank two: passive voice

3.When is it appropriate to use the passive voice?(1 point)

It is never appropriate to use the passive voice.

when the person or thing performing the action comes before the verb

when the person or thing performing the action is a proper noun

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

my answer: d

4.Which sentence is written in the active voice?(1 point)

Rebecca and Lauren were driven by their parents.

The lunch was packed.

The plans were made.

Rebecca and Lauren went to the beach.

my answer: d

5.Use the sentence to answer the question.

The game was won by the Bluejays.

How would you change the sentence from passive voice to active voice?

(1 point)

Revise it so the person or thing being acted upon (the game) comes after the verb (was won)

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

Add more details to the sentence.

Replace the word was with is.

my answer: b

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  1. they look good, except for #2

    and on #5, just moving the subject does not change it to active voice, but your choice was the best of those provided.

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  2. 1. active voice; passive voice
    2. passive voice; active voice
    3. when the person or thing performing the action is unimportant or unknown
    4. Rebbeca 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)
    ;)

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  3. anonymous is correct thank u for getting me a 100 (:

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  4. thx got 100

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