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Working alongside WhiteSmoke Writer's grammar, spelling, and style suggestions, Writing Review gives an analysis of other text-wide factors, such as passive verb frequency, average sentence length, complex word use, and more.
The author of 1 Peter urges his readers to crave the pure spiritual milk and to come to Christ the living stone (another of those scriptural oxymorons) and let yourselves be built ([omicron][iota][kappa][omicron][delta][omicron][mu][epsilon][iota][sigma][theta][epsilon], imperative passive verb form) into a spiritual house (v.
For units left over after a passive verb, she uses the traditional term reserved or retained object.
Moreover, avoid passive verb constructions whenever possible.
One problem with the first, ambiguous statement is the passive verb be provided.
I submit instead that the genitive plural mahatmanam expresses the agent of the passive verb drsta; in other words, na no vrttir evam drsta mahatmanam = na no vrttim evam pasyanti mahatmanah: "don't act like that; such is not how the couth view the way of living that is appropriate for us.
In the passive voice, the same action is referred to indirectly: that is, the original "receiver" of the action is the grammatical subject and the original "doer" of the action is the grammatical subject of a passive verb is the original object of an objective verb, only a transitive verb may be used in the passive voice.
Retso, The Finite Passive Verb in Modern Arabic Dialects [Gothenburg, 1983], 13) and leaves us to consult it for ourselves.
The course is based on familiarizing users with the 40 most common writing fumbles, including sentence fragments (FRAG), misplaced modifiers (MOD), passive verb use (PASS), and faults in logic (LOG).
bei" sequence in Chinese passives, such as the ungrammaticality of (27), as repeated in (48), I assume that the embedded TP cannot contain a passive verb.
In these short notes, the grammatical subject of the understood but not expressed passive verb of movement is transferred to the recipient (cf.
The term marfu conveniently encompasses, in a single term, both the performer of an active verb form and the undergoer of a passive verb form.

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