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    VictoriaLoves... is offline Newbie
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    Passive?

    Hello everyone,
    I have come across this example in a quiz and I am not sure how to "tackle" it in my class:
    "Kept in the fridge, fish should stay fresh for two or three days". Is this example a passive structure and/or a kind of conditional sentence?
    Thank you

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    Re: Passive?

    Quote Originally Posted by VictoriaLoves... View Post
    Hello everyone,
    I have come across this example in a quiz and I am not sure how to "tackle" it in my class:
    "Kept in the fridge, fish should stay fresh for two or three days". Is this example a passive structure and/or a kind of conditional sentence?
    Thank you
    It's conditional "(If it is) kept in the fridge, fish should stay fresh..."

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