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    #1

    to be sung or to sing

    Sometimes I find it confusing to decide if a passive voice or a active voice should be used .
    For example, in the sentence: This song is easy "to sing" or "to be sung"?

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    Re: to be sung or to sing

    To sing this song is easy.
    To be sung this song is easy.

    Which would you opt for?

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