Are the below sentences passive?
- my car got stolen?
- to get dressed.
It is possible to use "to get" instead of "to be" in passive voice, for any tense and verb?
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the "to be" verb can be used in active and state verbs, while the "to get" can be used with action, not state verbs.
the glass was broken. (action verb)
the glass got broken. (action verb)
my car got stolen.
But, "to get (un)dressed, get married, get lost" are expression, and not in passive voice.