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Mar
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comment Is using passive voice “bad form”?
Technically I shouldn't: "You may reproduce it for non-commercial use if you use the entire handout (just click print) and attribute the source". If only we could do attachments on StackExchange.
Mar
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revised Is using passive voice “bad form”?
Add an Internet Archive version of the link.
Mar
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revised Is using passive voice “bad form”?
Fixed dead link to write-up
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comment Is using passive voice “bad form”?
@PeterShor that handout link is now broken (I know because somebody helpfully pointed out that in response to my answer, which included that same link) The new link is: unc.edu/wcweb/handouts/passivevoice.html
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comment Is using passive voice “bad form”?
I've updated the URL to point to the original document, but I like that link too!
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revised Is using passive voice “bad form”?
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comment Is using passive voice “bad form”?
Or should I say, "This write-up has been published by the Writing Center..."
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