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    Post difference between active and passive voice

    Would you please tell me whether there is a difference between the following two question sentences? Are they focusing on different things? Which one are people saying more commonly? Thank you!

    - Who invented paper?

    - Who was paper inveted by?

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    Re: difference between active and passive voice

    *Not a Teacher*

    They mean the same thing. The second statement is a little more awkward way of saying it.

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