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what will be the passive/active voice for these:

Nothing will be gained by hurry.
The old gentleman takes snuff.
Little strokes fell great oaks.
One may accomplish many things by little effort. 
I saw him opening the box.
Do not insult the weak.
All desire wealth and some acquire it.
The public will learn with astonishment that war is imminent.
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Aren't you even going to try them yourself?

Emotion: sad

CJ
Two hints:

1. The first sentence is already in the passive voice;

2. Commands (and you have one here) cannot be changed to the passive voice.
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One can gain nothing by hurry
snuff is taken by the old gentleman
great oaks were fallen by little strokes
many things might be accomplished by a little effort
He was seen opening the box by me
The weak should not be insulted
wealth is desired by all and acquired by some
it will learnt with astonishment by the public that war is imminent
AnonymousOne can gain nothing by hurry You need a full stop here.
One can gain nothing by hurrying.
Don't you think you were in a little hurry, Anon? Emotion: smile

You didn't start some of your sentences with a capital letter, and you didn't put the punctuation mark at the end of any of them.
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AnonymousOne can gain nothing by hurry
I think your passive sentence has 'will' in it. I'm wondering why you, then, used 'can' here (in your active sentence). This has to be: One will gain nothing.....
Anonymousit will learnt with astonishment by the public that war is imminent
It will be..
Hurry will gain nothing.

The old gentleman takes snuff change from active to passive voice

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