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Revise any weak, unemphatic sentences by replacing be verbs or passive verbs with active alternatives and, if necessary, by naming in the person or thing doing the action. Some sentences are emphatic; do not change them.

1. A strange sound was made in the willow tree by the monkey that had escaped from the zoo.

2.Her letter was in acknowledgement of the student's participation in the literacy program.

3.The bomb bay doors rumbled open, and freezing air whipped through the plane.

4. The work of Paul Oakenfold and Sandra Collins was influential in my choice of music for my audition.

5.The only responsibility I was given by my parents was putting gas in the brand-new Volkswagen GTI they bought me my senior year.
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Clive
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AnonymousRevise any weak, unemphatic sentences by replacing be verbs or passive verbs with active alternatives and, if necessary, by naming in the person or thing doing the action. Some sentences are emphatic; do not change them.
These instructions were written for you to follow. When you don't even try, you appear to others as if you are just too lazy or too stupid to do your own work. You don't want people thinking that about you, do you? So try them yourself, and we'll check your work.

CJ