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Verb

The Active Voice represents the subject as acting upon an object.

Example : -- The cat caught the mouse

In this sentence the subject " cat " does something to the object " mouse, " so the verb " caught ' is in the active voice.

 

The Passive voice represents the subject as being acted upon.

Example : -- The mouse was caught by the cat.

Here the subject " mouse " was the thing acted upon, so the verb " was caught ' is in the passive voice.

 

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