Animals in zoos suffer in many ways, but at least they are taken care by vets.
In a passive structure this is a fairly easy mistake to make since the object of care comes before the verb. Let’s take a look at some examples using the featured image for this post as inspiration (crossing the road).
In this case the subject – the person who is crossing the road – is looking after him or herself and nobody else.
In this case the subject – parents – are looking after an object – their children. If we turn this active structure into a passive structure, then we get:
It might be best to think in terms of the following synonyms:
In our opening example, which is a passive structure with BOTH subject AND an object, we need:
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