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Did you know that writing in journalism is different than writing in your other courses?
How? Well, in Journalism we use active verbs rather than passive. When a verb is passive the subject of the sentence receives the action.
For example: The pasta sauce was ruined by Joe. In this example "was ruined" is passive because the sauce is receiving the action.
Now let's make the sentence active. A verb is active with the subject performs the action.
For example, Joe ruined the pasta sauce. In this sentence "Joe" is the subject performing the action, which is ruining the sauce.
Remember Active Voice is when the subject performs the action. Try to use this when writing your articles.
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