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Sentence Correction: Passive

Is the following sentence active or passive?

Jane has bought a house.

Well done!

Passive sentences must include the unique combination of BE+V3. There is no BE in this sentence, so it must be active. Have/has are not forms of BE. BE has the following forms:

Present (V1) - am, is, are
Past (V2) - was, were
Future - will be
Future Past - would be
Verb+ing - being
V3 - been
To Verb - to be
Base form - be

Passive sentences must include the unique combination of BE+V3. There is no BE in this sentence, so it must be active. Have/has are not forms of BE. BE has the following forms:

Present (V1) - am, is, are
Past (V2) - was, were
Future - will be
Future Past - would be
Verb+ing - being
V3 - been
To Verb - to be
Base form - be

Active
passive

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