In grammar, the “voice” of a verb determines whether the subject of the sentence acts as the agent carrying out the action or is the recipient of the action. The voice is called “active” when the subject performs the action; it’s “passive” when the subject is the object of the action.
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Semicolons are among the least-used punctuations in the English language. That’s unfortunate because they’re very useful, especially when you’re looking for ways to vary your sentence construction.