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What's the correct passive form? change into passive

You cannot convert that sentence to a passive form because it is not a SVO sentence. The main verb is "expect", it is complemented by an infinitive clause "to have bought a new house&...
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The ring was put on in/at the wedding. - which is acceptable?

"in the wedding" refers to the wedding ceremony. "at the wedding" refers to the occasion. When is the torch lit? --In the opening ceremony. Or Did you see the torch get lit? --...
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The ring was put on in/at the wedding. - which is acceptable?

We use "in" when the subject is actively taking part in an event. For example, This is not true. "The bride put on the ring in the wedding." This is an error, it should be "...
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What's the correct passive form? change into passive

"By next month, a new house is expected to have been bought." From grammartop: To make statements with the Future Perfect Passive, use: will have been + Past Participle form of the verb
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