I have a trouble with passive voice. I will have a test about this theme? Maybe you know good tutorial?

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    It would be helpful if you could tell us more about the kind of trouble you have. – Shoe Feb 11 at 10:17
  • With the passive constructions – Emilie Villa Feb 11 at 10:21
  • A passive construction is simply the verb to be in one of its forms (tenses) + the past participle: was stolen, has been stolen, will be stolen, etc. The difficulty is knowing which of these forms (i.e., which 'tense') you need. But this is the same problem every time you have to choose a tense in English. You may get a helpful answer below, but I would suggest that your teacher is the best person to ask. – Shoe Feb 11 at 10:38
  • Read this. That should be everything you need. – RegDwigнt Feb 11 at 11:12

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