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Sentence Correction: Passive

Which of the following is the passive equivalent of this sentence:

John loves Jane.

Good!

Incorrect.

This answer is not the passive equivalent of "John loves Jane", but rather the passive equivalent of the active sentence "John is loving Jane. "

In a transition from an active to a passive sentence, we turn the verb into BE + V3:

John loves Jane -> BE + V3 -> Jane is loved by John.

In a transition from an active to a passive sentence, we turn the verb into BE + V3:

John loves Jane -> BE + V3 -> Jane is loved by John.

This sentence is not passive, so it cannot be the passive equivalent of the above sentence.

Jane is loved by John.
Jane is being loved by John.

I don't know.

Jane loves John