Wednesday, February 25, 2009

writing a book

Active voice is the preferred voice of writing because this symbolizes to the reader that an action is going to occur. For example, “I sit.....”
Thereby, the slant in writing surrounds a creative and upbeat sense of writing, perceived by the reader.

However, passive voice creates a different assortment of ideas expressed in the writing. For example, “ I have a seat........”
Thereby, the reader becomes curious about what the writer is trying to bring forth, in an indirect manner.

In sum, active voice is for a direct response that emphasizes action in a sentence. Whereas, passive voice brings an overall feeling of identity to the subject. The reader’s imagination will surmount a picture of the action, as in horror movies.


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