To stretch my point in my previous question, in the sentence This is made in China. What is the adjective, made (alone) or made in China?
There are no adjectives in the sentence. is made is the passive of make. It's a verb form. in China is a prepositional phrase that modifies the verb is made. The prepositional phrase acts like an adverb of place.

Passive ~ Active

This is made in China ~ People make this in China.

CJ
If it is in passive then how do you turn it into active? Or are there passive sentences which cannot be turned into active?
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CalifJimThere are no adjectives in the sentence. is made is the passive of make. It's a verb form. in China is a prepositional phrase that modifies the verb is made. The prepositional phrase acts like an adverb of place.

Passive ~ Active
This is made in China ~ People make this in China.

CJ
Funny I didn't read it through. Now would be the implied time for People make this in China?
I mean, what if what I mean by this is just a particular thing (say this particular toothbrush). People make this particular toothbrush in China (regularly)? Shouldn't I say 'Somebody made this particular toothbrush in China'?