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    Using the active voice makes your writing crisp, powerful and more effective? How would you substantiate this statement? Give examples too.

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    Re: activ voice

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Using the active voice makes your writing crisp, powerful and more effective? How would you substantiate this statement? Give examples too.
    I personally wouldn't bother substantiating it. Sometimes it might be true, but not necessarily. More importantly, what do you think?

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