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accepted Passive voice with the verb in front
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comment Passive voice with the verb in front
“It was paid to the suppliers.” But now suppliers is no longer the passive subject, is it?
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comment Passive voice with the verb in front
A very common mistake for English learners coming from Brazilian Portuguese is to write e.g. "It was paid the suppliers" when they mean "The suppliers were paid", because in Brazilian Portuguese there is a widely use passive construction with the verb in front.
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comment How do I politely say I have used my mouth while drinking water from a bottle?
@Mari-Lou, "I hope you don't mind" has a higher risk of making someone who does mind unconfortable to admit it.
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answered What do you call a person who keeps on going despite setbacks? (in one word, a noun)
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answered Idiom: People caring about minor stuff while something terrible is happening