I'm happy . The anovel sentence how we can change it into passive
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Here is one way of making it passive:
Happiness is felt by me.
Update: A comment has said that feeling happy is not the same thing as being happy.
But emotions are felt, by definition.
I am happiness.
Nobody would ever say that.
When you are happy you are feeling happy:
I am happy.
I am feeling happy.
Aside from the meaning that doesn't make sense, I can think of no interpretation where these two sentences don't mean exactly the same thing.
While it's true from a strictly syntactical point of view that mine is not a passive version of the verb to be, it's not at all true that it's not a passive version of I am happy that means the same thing.