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He's been taken there



 
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He's been taken there #1 (permalink) Sun Feb 27, 2005 13:06 pm   He's been taken there
 

Test No. incompl/elem-13 "Grammar Questions", question 2

Which of these is a passive sentence? It is ..........

(a) He's been there
(b) He's been taken there
(c) He's been going there
(d) He will have been there

Test No. incompl/elem-13 "Grammar Questions", answer 2

Which of these is a passive sentence? It is He's been taken there.

Correct answer: (b) He's been taken there
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Hi,
He's been taken mean he has been taken?
many Thanks.
Duda
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He's been taken there #2 (permalink) Sun Feb 27, 2005 13:38 pm   He's been taken there
 

Hi Duda,

He has been taken there is a passive construction and it means that somebody took him there.

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