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Which sentence uses the passive voice? A. Lies destroy friendship. B. The rain continued until dawn. C. The tree was planted by Mary. D. John searched for a job
The sentence that uses the passive voice is: The tree was planted by Mary.
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The sentence that uses the passive voice is: The tree was planted by Mary.
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