Expression: to get the green light; Passive Voice

Sometimes you say things like, “My bike was stolen,” or, “The boy was given a gift.” But who stole my bike? Who gave the boy a gift? You aren’t sure. That’s why you use the passive voice, which emphasizes the person or thing an action was done to, not the one who did the action. … Continue reading “Expression: to get the green light; Passive Voice”