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    active passive voice

    active voice : don't waste your time

    passive voice : let your time not be wasted (or)

    let your time not to be wasted (which is correct)

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    Re: active passive voice

    How about 'Don't let your time be wasted'? The first of your sentences is OK, the second is wrong because of 'to'.

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