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    Can I change I have a car to passive voice

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    Re: MR

    Quote Originally Posted by ali sabri View Post
    Can I change I have a car to passive voice
    Welcome to Using English, ali sabri. There is no natural way to change that sentence to passive voice.

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    Re: MR

    Quote Originally Posted by ali sabri View Post
    Can I change 'I have a car' to passive voice?
    Please give future posts more useful titles - such as Passive voice.

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    Re: MR

    Quote Originally Posted by ali sabri View Post
    Can I change "I have a car" to passive voice?
    You could, but we wouldn't do it in natural English so there is no point us telling you how it might be possible.

    Welcome to the forum, though. Please se the amendments I have marked in red above. In future posts, please:

    - Put quotation marks around phrases or words that you are querying.
    - Remember to end every sentence with the appropriate punctuation mark.

    Well done for starting the sentence with a capital letter, though.

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