Active and Passive Part 4: Indirect Objects

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  • Published on Jun 14, 2016
  • Changing sentences with indirect objects to passive voice.

Comments • 16

  • Rina Mevada
    Rina Mevada 2 months ago

    Active sentence: I saw her yesterday.
    Passive: she was seen by me yesterday.
    She was seen to me yesterday.
    Sir please tell me which is correct passive structure.

    • Rina Mevada
      Rina Mevada 2 months ago

      +Teacher Dan's videos It's okay sir.
      Please don't say sorry ,sir.

    • Teacher Dan's videos
      Teacher Dan's videos  2 months ago +1

      I am sorry Rina Meveda. I don't have a recommendation for you. I haven't looked at those kinds of dictionaries.

    • Rina Mevada
      Rina Mevada 2 months ago

      +Teacher Dan's videos sir I want a dictionary of only verb argument with examples.

    • Teacher Dan's videos
      Teacher Dan's videos  2 months ago +1

      What is a 'mental' dictionary?

    • Rina Mevada
      Rina Mevada 2 months ago

      Sir please give me name of best Lexicon mental Dictionary.

  • A M
    A M 3 months ago

    thank u a lot this video was helpful

  • nana ssi
    nana ssi Year ago +1

    So my lecturer asked me to present this material in front of the class, and I've been confused for several days because I don't really understand about that. I've searched it on Google but I still don't get it. But after I watch this video, I do really understand and am really sure I can present it well. Thank you for your good explaining, Sir! Have a good day!

    • Teacher Dan's videos
      Teacher Dan's videos  Year ago

      Make sure you watch the whole playlist on Active/passive. There is a lot to understand. Good luck with your presentation.

  • Sami Khan lundkhwar mardan

    sir, thank you for explaining but i think a mistake is made in this sentence.active. he told me a lie.passive . second sentence. a lie was told by him, or a lie was told to me by him. could you explain this

    • Sami Khan lundkhwar mardan
      Sami Khan lundkhwar mardan Year ago

      thanks you, sir

    • Teacher Dan's videos
      Teacher Dan's videos  Year ago

      "he told me a lie." This sentence has a direct object (lie) and an indirect object (me). I can move either to the front of the sentence to form the passive.

      I was told a lie (by him)
      A lie was told to me (by him)

      In the second sentence I can delete 'to me' or 'by him' if it doesn't provide useful information.

  • Jennifer Lawrence
    Jennifer Lawrence 2 years ago

    You are gorgeous