Perhaps you have never consciously thought about avoiding Finland Phone Number passive and redundant language, or you don’t have a counter reader to point this out to you. Whichever group you fall under, the message of this article : check your texts for passive and woolly language. What Finland Phone Number unnecessary can be omitted where possible? Check, check, check. That why I will discuss what passive language, and how you can detect and redirect it. In addition, I share examples of woolly language, so Finland Phone Number that you can (continue to) write nice smooth texts.
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Passive Language Let’s start with the basics. What the difference Finland Phone Number between an active and passive sentence? It’s actually quite simple: in an active sentence, the subject performs an action. For example, Elsemieke putting the finishing touches on an article. In Finland Phone Number this sentence, ‘Elsemieke’ the subject, and she is ‘putting the finishing touches on a new article’. An active sentence. If we make this sentence passive, it becomes (for example): Elsemieke ‘s article being finalized. In this sense Finland Phone Number it not the person, Elsemieke, that central, but the status of an action.
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So it’s a passive sentence. We also call this the ‘passive form’, because Finland Phone Number the direct object of the active sentence the subject in the passive sentence. Just before the high school repetition: a direct object a phrase to which the action of the verb directly relates. In this example it works as follows: in the active sentence ‘an article’ the direct object, because the verb ‘lay’ refers to this. In the Finland Phone Number passive sense, ‘an article the subject. Watch out for ‘becoming’, ‘being’, and past parts We often aim for short sentences, especially for online texts. As Marlous ten Berge writes in her article about how people read online: ‘writing deleting’. We are already busy enough that we often scan texts online instead of reading.