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    Post passive sentence

    help me on making this sentence to be in passive sentence? thanks

    "The information weather data informs in the decision making for the building design will increase energy planning and the significant for determining regulation relating to global development"



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    Re: passive sentence

    Sorry, Muhammad. We don't do students' homework.

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    Re: passive sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by Muhammad Hafiz View Post
    help me on making this sentence to be in passive sentence? thanks

    "The information weather data informs in the decision making for the building design will increase energy planning and the significant for determining regulation relating to global development"


    Muhammed, welcome to the forums.

    As noted above, we don't do homework. If you have a homework assignment and you turn it in and then don't understand your teacher's comments, please ask.
    If you have "real life" questions - you need to write in English for work or for something persona, we are happy to help.

    With that said, your sentence make NO sense whatsoever.
    What is the subejct of that sentence?
    What does it mean to say something will "increase energy planning"?
    What does the last part mean ("and the significant...")?

    To create a passive sentence, you need a subject, a transitive verb, and a direct object. The direct object becomes the grammatical subject of the passive sentence.


    I cannot find the subject, and what looks like it might be the direct object doesn't make logical sense.
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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