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    Tenderiser Not a man Contest Administrator Supporter Contributor Community Volunteer

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    The Three Voices in Writing

    Discussion in 'Word Mechanics' started by Tenderiser, Mar 26, 2016.

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    Can I do a Three Voices - Pet Peeves crossover? Please? :whistle::-D

    When people use the term "passive voice" to mean flat, static, stilted, boring writing. For the love of Cthulhu! :bigmad:

    That's like calling my dog a cat because they both have four legs.

    Passive voice means no grammatical subject present. That's what it means. That's all it means. It means no other thing.
     
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    You asked to do a crossover and didn't wait for an answer before going ahead and doing it anyway. That's cool. For what it's worth I agree with your crossover, so it's okay that you went ahead and did it without waiting for permission. Really.
     
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    LOL :-D Excellent execution of the third voice mentioned. :bigwink:
     
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