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  1. FW
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    #1

    passive

    Are these sentences correct:

    1-This house has been entered since we left it. (Meaning: Somebody has entered this house since we left it.)
    2-This house has been gone into since we left it.

    3-This house has been entered through the back door.
    4-This house has been gone into through the back door.

  2. Casiopea's Avatar

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    #2

    Re: passive

    1-This house has been entered since we left it. OK
    2-This house has been gone into since we left it. OK
    3-This house has been entered through the back door. OK
    4-This house has been gone into through the back door. OK

    :D

  3. abrilsp
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    #3
    Hi!

    2-This house has been gone into since we left it.
    4-This house has been gone into through the back door.

    What do they mean?

    Thanks,

    abrilsp

  4. Casiopea's Avatar

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    #4
    The verb "go"
    Present tense: go/goes
    Past tense: went
    Participle: gone

    2-This house has been gone into since we left it.

    Somebody has gone into this house since we left. Someone went into the house after we left.


    4-This house has been gone into through the back door.

    Somone has gone into this house through the back door. Someone went into this house through the back door.

    :D

  5. FW
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    #5
    Thanks Casiopea.

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