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I don't understand the grammar of reason of using to be before Passive Voice in sentences.
He wants the letter to be brought into his room.
He wants the letter brought into his room.
In what cases is it neccessary to use to be before Verb? I can't find a rule for this one.
Second question for continuous:
He saw the letter being written.
He saw the letter written.
The same question, in what cases do I need to use being before Verb?
I hope you understand my problems.
Last edited by kdmitriyval; 02-Jun-2015 at 15:23.
Six of your sentences don't end with a punctuation mark. Click on "Edit Post" and complete the punctuation and then we will look at your query.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.