Take the medicine as prescribed. As there is no verb to be in this sentence, is it passive because it is implied? ..i.e., Take the medicine as (it was) prescribed.?
Can we use "will get translated" to replace "will have been translated"? For passive sentence, it looks like maybe we can; is that right?
I ordered a CD from an online music store. My confirmation email reads "your order has shipped." English is not my first language, and this strikes me as odd. Shouldn't it be a passive-voice sentence, ...
Are the uses of the phrase 'refer to' as follows correct? The methodology in this research referred to UNESCO. The methodology in this research was referred to UNESCO. I believe what the writer ...
Does some future passive progressive tense exist, such as: He will be being interviewed by police." as a counterpart to the past passive progressive tense, such as: He was being ...