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Dear all,
hope you people are good.
Is there any online converter available to change active voice into passive and vice versa?
like google translate
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I hope there isn't. If there were, it would encourage some people to think that active sentences turned in to passive (and vice versa) are always interchangeable. They rarely are.
I think its not possible yet.
Comparing this with Google translator is like comparing an elephant with a mouse.
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MIGI think its not possible yet.Comparing this with Google translator is like comparing an elephant with a mouse.
Actually, I suspect that even a crude active/passive converter would be more accurate than Google or any other internet translator. It would be difficult to be worse.

Converting from one voice to the other is one of the simpler (and usually more pointless) exercises in English. The main problem is that what we end up with is often unnatural, inappropriate or simply not English.
fivejedjon The main problem is that what we end up with is often unnatural, inappropriate or simply not English.
The essential point is that there is no better place than English Forums to do this type of thing.
Anonymousonline converter
This is the closest I've found.

explanation about passive/active sentances

Note that the most difficult part is changing the verb form from active to passive, and you should learn these forms so well that you can do them in your sleep if you really want to learn English. If you let a piece of software do this for you, you will never learn English.

Here are the skills you should have. If you don't have these skills, then delay exercises where you have to convert active to passive until you have these skills.

1. For any verb, be able to tell what its past participle is.
take > taken; choose > chosen; bring > brought; wait > waited; send > sent
2. For any verb, be able to say what tense it is.
took > Past; said > Past; will go > Future; makes > Present
3. For any tense, be able to place "to be" in that tense.
Past > was, were; Past Perfect > had been; Future > will be; Present > am, is, are
4. Be able to tell whether the subject of a sentence is singular or plural.

CJ
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PhilipThe essential point is that there is no better place than English Forums to do this type of thing.
Emotion: yes

Indeed!

Here at EF we can not only help with any conversion, but we can also say whether such a conversion is advisable/desirable/appropriate.

ps (and this is strictly a personal view): Conversion is rarely appropriate. It's not something native speakers do naturally, unless we are at school learning the values (?) of the passive in formal situations.

Those of us who use passive constructions when appropriate normally do so automatically, not as a result of conversion. Indeed, being a bit of a past-his-sell-by-old ****, I tend to over-use the passive, Before I submit some of the things I write, I convert some of my constructions from a rather stuffy passive to a more natural active. The conversion from active to passive has rarely been carried out by me.Emotion: rolleyes
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Anonymous Dear all,hope you people are good.Is there any online converter available to change active voice into passive and vice versa?like google translate

Hello anonymous, I'm also looking for online active-passive converter .visited many sites but worthless everywhere its told how to convert ourselves .We are looking for this to check our answers. What I will do I need to do my homework?

In google playstore one app is available. Check!!

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