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    passive voice or none

    Is this sentence correct?
    People oppressed by totalitarianism.
    Thanks,

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    #2

    Re: passive voice or none

    Quote Originally Posted by hitinvo View Post
    Is this sentence correct?
    People oppressed by totalitarianism.
    Thanks,
    This is not a sentence as it lacks a verb.

    "People are oppressed by totalitarianism", maybe?

    Or it needs to continue: "People oppressed by totalitarianism are very unhappy" (for example).


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