Day 55-Spoken English to Teachers-Grammar-Prepositions-Active voice-Passive Voice

Day 55-Spoken English to Teachers-Grammar-Prepositions-Active voice-Passive Voice

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SPOKEN ENGLISH DAY-55 (22-5-2016)
friends, let's observe the usage of passives from today.
The two ways of expressing an action are active and passive

The Active
We use the active form to say what the subject does.
For example:
1. I speak English every day at work.
2. He cleaned my car last week.
3. The youth planted the trees.

We use the passive form to say what happens to people or things, to say what is done to them.
For example:
1. English is spoken here everyday.
2. My car was cleaned by him last week.
3. The trees were planted by the youth.

We use the passive form when we don't know who did the action.
For example:
1. The car was damaged while it was parked on the street.
2. The shirts were made in the US.

We use the passive form when what was done is more important than who did it.
For example:
1. It was approved by George last week.
2. I was informed by the Human Resources Manager only two days ago.

Let's observe some more prepositions today.

during : (సమయంలో /పర్యంతం )
From the begining to the end of a particular period.
The office will be closed during the holidays.
We are planning to visit my cousin during christmas.

towards:(వైపు /పక్కగా / దిశగా/ దిక్కుగా)
In the direction of or closer to someone or something.
Eg: Asha started running towards the house as she saw a snake.

within : (లోపల / లో )
inside/ not farther than an area or period of time.
The results were announced within a month.
He is very highly regarded within his profession.

Upon:( పైన / మీద)on
There used to be a television antenna upon every house.
He climbed upon the horse and rode off.

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