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    #1

    synonymous of will be + past participle

    Hi all,
    I always use "will be+past participle" what other type of grammar style can i used to avoid repetition.

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    Re: synonymous of will be + past participle

    Please post some example sentences. Then we can comment.

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    Re: synonymous of will be + past participle

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork View Post
    Please post some example sentences. Then we can comment.
    for example, I always use "will be configured", "will be illustrated", "will be approached". I don't want to use other grammar type with same meaning of will be + past participle.

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    Re: synonymous of will be + past participle

    That is up to you. But limiting yourself to the passive voice is similar to being in prison.

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    Re: synonymous of will be + past participle

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork View Post
    That is up to you. But limiting yourself to the passive voice is similar to being in prison.
    I will try my best to not use always passive voice in order to improve English writing. any way, thank very much for your marvellous comments

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