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Hello ,

I saw this question in facebook page ,and I am confussed about the answer.

The question is :

Change into passive (let me help you)

Shuold I say "let yourself be helped" or "let you be helped"?

For me , I would choose the second one.Am I right ?

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AnonymousChange into passive (let me help you)

I believe you mean this:

Change this sentence into passive voice:

Let me help you.

AnonymousShuold Should I say "Let yourself be helped" or "Let you be helped"?

If you absolutely have to choose, you'll have to choose the first. Even so, imperatives don't have any true passive voice counterparts.

CJ

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You should neither choose the first option nor the second one because if in the active voice the sentence starts with let we will never use let in passive voice. In change we will use we are expected to help you.

Let me help to pull the car

anonymousLet me help to pull the car

That lacks closing punctuation. Such sentences use the bare infinitive after "help". It is not passive but imperative.

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