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I am having trouble turning these sentences into active/passive voice. I have tried but the active/passive meaning contradicts with the main meaning.

1.He doesn't disturb him.(Passive)

  • It is good that you have tried! Please tell you what you have tried. What was your best try, and why does it contradict the meaning? – James K Jan 25 at 7:31
  • I'm a little confused: the given sentence is marked "passive" but is not. – TypeIA Jan 25 at 7:53
  • Your example is active. The passive version would be "He isn't disturbed by him". Where did you find this sentence? – BillJ Jan 25 at 8:21
  • Maybe the brackets mean that you are asked to change the sentence into the passive? – Kate Bunting Jan 25 at 11:30

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