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Explain the differences between active and passive voice and each describe their purposes.
When active voice is used, the subject performs the action and no helping verbs are used. Passive voice utilizes helping verbs so that the subject is the recipient of the verb's action. Active voice places an emphasis on the subject rather than the action, while passive voice places an emphasis on the action.
Identify and describe the types of irony used in literature.
Situational: the situation turns out to be the opposite of what the expectations are Dramatic: the reader or audience knows information that the characters do not Verbal: the speaker says something opposite from what they mean
Write this sentence in the past perfect tense: I threw the ball to my dog.
I had thrown the ball to my dog.
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