It’s a new grammatical theme for you that’s why open your Grammar copybooks and let’s write down the main points. -Look at the Smartboard, let’s read and write down the main sentences. But now you know why and where we should use the Passive Voice. Then we’ll do a lot of exercises not to forget the different forms of the Passive Voice. Today we will learn why and when we use the Passive Voice.
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