Cut the Passive Voice Via Zombies!

active voice by zombies

Do you want to know how to cut out the passive voice in your writing? Check out this advice from Rebecca Johnson via Twitter: Add by zombies after every verb.

If the sentence makes sense, it’s passive. If it doesn’t make sense, it’s active.

Check it out here:

“She was eaten [by zombies.]” — passive voice

“Zombies ate [by zombies] her.” — active voice

Note: Most writing benefits from having an active voice.

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