Passive Sentence with Two Objects

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Passive Sentence with Two Objects

Passive Sentence with Two Objects

Passive Sentence with Two Objects

Detail Of Passive Sentences: A verb can have two potential passive voices when it takes two objects: a direct object and an oblique object. Usually, it’s the oblique object (the thing that seems first in a lively sentence) which turns into the topic of the passive sentence. However, We will nonetheless additionally use the direct object as the topic.

Here are few Examples of  Passive Voice Sentences :

Examples
  • Energetic: The salesperson confirmed him (oblique object) a brand new pc (direct object).
  • Lively: The salesperson confirmed a brand new laptop for him.
  • Firstly Passive: He was proven a brand new laptop.
  • Secondly Passive: A brand new pc was proven to him.
  • Energetic: We lent Bob some cash.
  • Lively: We lent some cash to Bob.
  • Firstly Passive: Bob was lent some cash.
  • Secondly Passive: Some cash was lent to Bob.
  • Lively: Jack despatched Jill a big bouquet of white and crimson roses.
  • Energetic: Jack despatched a big bouquet of white and pink roses to Jill.
  • Firstly Passive: Jill was despatched a big bouquet of white and purple roses by Jack.
  • Secondly Passive: A big bouquet of white and pink roses was despatched to Jill by Jack.