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    passive

    They (were / have been / has been) sent his resigination last night.
    Please help me to know which option should I choose to complete the sentance in active or passive exercise.
    You are requested to reply me soon Please.
    Shaheen- Pakistan


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    Re: passive

    They (were / have been / has been) sent his resigination last night.
    Please help me to know which option should I choose to complete the sentance in active or passive exercise.
    You are requested to reply me soon Please.
    Shaheen- Pakistan

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    #3

    Re: passive

    First, look at agreement. Which of the three can you rule out simply because it doesn't agree with "They"?

    Then recall that you don't use the present perfect when referring to a specific time.

    Which answer is left?

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