There are two types of verbs; active and passive.

1. We use active verbs if we want to indicate the subject.


Example:

Andrew broke the window.  (Andrew is the subject and he did the action.)




2. We use passive verbs if we don’t want to indicate the subject.

Example:

The window was broken.




We make passive verbs with  to be (am, is are etc.) + past participle

Active: Andrew broke the window.

Passive: The window was broken.


The object of the active sentence becomes the subject of the passive sentence.




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