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Can you please confirm that my sentences are all grammatically correct?


I embarrassed/shamed/disgraced my family. (Active)

I am embarrassed/shamed/disgraced my family. (Passive)

I dressed white t-shirt today.

I am dressed white t-shirt today.

You can’t go out dressing like that.

You can't go out dressed like that.


Thanks in advance.

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John AkiI embarrassed/shamed/disgraced my family. (Active)

OK.

John AkiI am embarrassed/shamed/disgraced by my family. (Passive)

Formal-sounding with "shamed".

John AkiI dressed in a white t-shirt today.
I am dressed in a white t-shirt today.

"I dressed" describes what you did earlier in the day. "I am dressed" describes your dress now. When we say "I (am) dressed in ~" it is typical to explain all (or most) of your clothes. In the case of just one item, it is more common to use the verb "wear".

John AkiYou can’t go out dressing like that.

No.

John AkiYou can't go out dressed like that.

OK.

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Thanks Sir.

Hi Sir,

Can you please confirm that my meaning is correct in these two sentences?

I am embarrassed by my family. (Passive)

(It means, my family did something bad. I feel embarrassment/embarrassed from the family).


I embarrassed my family.

(It means, I did something bad then my family feel embarrassment/embarrassed of me).


Thanks in advance.