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Hello,

1. He was born on Monday.

Is this sentence in passive voice?

What would be the active form of this sentence?
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Hanuman_2000Hello,

1. He was born on Monday.

Is this sentence in passive voice?

What would be the active form of this sentence?

It looks passive, but it isn't. 'To be born' is the verbal phrase. However, to 'bear' is another verb altogether, which could be used in the passive voice, but not often...'she bore her husband a son'.
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Hello Hanuman

Philip is right. "Be born" is an idiomatic verbal phrase. There is a verb "bear" to mean "give birth to", but it is rarely used in speech. The passive form of "bear" is "be borne", not "be born".
The Virgin Maria bore our Savor.
Our Savor was borne by the Virgin Maria.

paco