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    passive

    We do a lot of charity work for homeless people. (whom)
    I want a passive question beginning with the question word whom.

    She twitched her nose like a rabbit. (how)
    How was her nose twitched? Is this question correct?


    Thanks

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    Re: passive

    Quote Originally Posted by daisy1352 View Post
    We do a lot of charity work for homeless people. (whom)
    I want a passive question beginning with the question word whom.

    She twitched her nose like a rabbit. (how)
    How was her nose twitched? Is this question correct?


    Thanks
    Hi!
    1.Whom is a lot of charity work done for(by us)?


    2.How was her nose twitched (by her)?
    How was her nose twitched like(by her)?
    I assume they are both correct depending on which Wh-word is asked for.

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