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Which version is correct? Is it possible to use the Passive Voice here?
1) The lives of celebrities is very often got press.
2) The lives of celebrities get press very often.
(Press means the newspapers and magazines in this case)
Last edited by Tvita; 16-Oct-2007 at 14:20.
Last edited by BobK; 16-Oct-2007 at 15:24. Reason: clarified example
What about this sentence? Is it correct?
The lives of celebrities is getting a lot of press.
Thanks in advance!
Again, the verb needs to match the subject: 'lives...are getting'.