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I want to know about the correct position of different adverbs in passive voice. Please, help me in details.
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Anonymouscorrect position of different adverbs in passive voice
Adverb placement does not depend on voice as far as I have ever heard, so the correct position ought to be the same as for active voice.

CJ
Correct as usual, Jim![F] Some rules can be found Present perfect of passive voice and adverbs

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Anonymouscorrect position of different adverbs in passive voice
Adverb placement does not depend on voice as far as I have ever heard, so the correct position ought to be the same as for active voice.

CJ
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If we take this sentence;

:He had put out the fire successfully.

What is the most suitable place for the adverb in passive? Before the doer(after "put out") or after the doer.??

This would be my first choice:

The fire had been put out successfully by the fire marshal.

— that is, before the by-phrase that introduces the agent.

CJ