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Practice Passive Voice with the Story of Abraham and Isaac from Genesis
a) Read the story of Abraham and Isaac in Genesis 22:1-18.
b) Write each active sentence in passive voice (BE in the given tense + past participle).
In passive voice, the order of the subject and object is reversed, e.g.
Note: some of the sentences below cannot be changed, because the main verb is intransitive,
which means that there is no direct object following it.
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