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How do you say "We will meet on the beach" in passive voice in Spanish?

How do you say "We will meet on the beach" in passive voice in Spanish? Topic: How to write appreciate in spanish
May 25, 2019 / By Anabelle
Question: I'm doing a project for spanish class and I need to write a wedding invitation that contains passive voice. I don't know what to use in it so maybe I could just say where we would meet. Any other suggestions for what to say on it using passive voice will be greatly appreciated.
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Weaver Weaver | 3 days ago
Your sentence can not be said in passive voice. You must use sentences like these: The wedding will take place at ... - La boda se celebrará en ... The guests are invited to church - Los convidados son invitados a la iglesia
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Weaver Originally Answered: How do I change a statement that is written in the passive voice to the active voice?
Not having seen any other examples of your written work, I cannot comment on whether or not you use passive voice too frequently. However, the particular example you listed is far better in passive voice than any active voice version. The definition of 'passive' in its usage in grammar has no relation to "not reacting visibly to something that might be expected to produce manifestations of an emotion or feeling" or. "not participating readily or actively." The word 'passive' in grammar refers to the subject of a sentence, and the meaning is "being the object of action rather than causing action.'
Weaver Originally Answered: How do I change a statement that is written in the passive voice to the active voice?
Peace predict the society. Writing students are so often told to avoid the passive voice that is not hard to see why the mere mention of the passive voice leads some zealots to blurt out '' passive bad, active good'' It is not, however, categorically correct to say that we should avoid the passive voice. There are times when the passive voice is effective or even necessary. Consider the following: Passive Today, the computer files were erased. ( The writer's goal is to hide the perpetrator.) Active Today, Al Smith erased the computer files. ( The writer's goal is to expose the perpetrator.) When imagining the passive voice picture a young George Washinton, hiding a hatchet behind his back, as he says to his father'' I cannot tell a lie: The cherry tree was chapped down.''

Salal Salal
I agree with the previous reply: that's not a transitive sentence so it cannot be said in passive voice. Suggestions: * Guests will be given a glass of wine at the reception: A los invitados se les dará una copa de vino en la recepción. * Those who live downtown can be picked up by our SUV: Aquellos que viven en el centro pueden ser recogidos por nuestra camioneta. * Bride and groom will be wed by a Catholic priest: Los novios serán casados por un sacerdote católico. * It's been agreed for the reception to be a black tie event: Se ha acordado que la recepción sea un evento de corbata negra. * RSVP is required with at least week's notice, please: La confirmación de asistencia es requerida con al menos una semana de antelación, por favor.
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Murphy Murphy
Neither, however near. Remember that there are not any 'le lo l le los angeles's in Spanish, for sake of phonetics. You might say "A mi padrasto le gusta tambien." Or "A el le gusta tambien" You too can say "A mi padrastoa se lo gusta tambien" - "My stepfather likes it too" Literally "To my stepfather it's pleasurable additionally" Think of 'gustar' to be pleasurable too, and it will be a bit of simpler for you. :) Good success
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Murphy Originally Answered: How would I change these sentences from passive voice to active voice? HELP PLEASE?
Who or what is 'grammarly,' and why does this 'grammarly' say that these sentences need to be changed? Yes, those could be rewritten in active voice (except for the last one, which is already in active), but the writing would not be improved. In fact, most of them would be clunkier in active voice than they are in passive. Passive voice is not grammatically incorrect, wrong, or evil. In many cases, it is the better way to express something. This is especially true when the doer of the action either is not known or is expressly established from the context. That makes rewriting isolated sentences out of context a shot in the dark. In short, you have good sentences as written.

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