Detect and fix passive voice with Outwrite
Outwrite identifies phrases that could be converted from passive voice to active voice
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Passive voice occurs when the subject of a sentence receives an action. The subject usually comes after the thing that was done: "The road was crossed by the chicken." When a sentence is written in active voice, the subject performs the action. You can read more about passive voice in this blog article.
Using passive voice is not grammatically incorrect, and is preferred in some circumstances. However, active voice will generally make your writing clearer and more direct.
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