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Hello, friends.

I was doing my English homework here and now I'm stuck in a doubt. There's this exercise in which I have to rewrite the sentences from Passive to Active Voice. The first sentences were OK. For example:

The letters were sent by Julie. -> Julie sent the letters.
This message was written by me. -> I wrote this message.
And so on...

But then, I came across two sentences that I really don't know what to do:

1) You are offering something to drink to someone.
2) You are inviting someone to a concert.

Are these sentences really in Passive Voice? If so, how can I rewrite them using Active Voice? I really have no idea.

Thanks for the attention, guys.

Hugs,

Bruno
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But then, I came across two sentences that I really don't know what to do:

1) You are offering something to drink to someone.
2) You are inviting someone to a concert.
It seems to me that these sentences should not be part of the exercise on active and passive. They appear to be instructions for yet another exercise. Perhaps there's a misprint in your textbook.

CJ

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No, they are not.
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[You are offering] and [you are inviting] are clearly in active voice. How do you see them in passive? If you understand the examples you showed us, you shouldn't have problem with these two.
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