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In order to become a better writer, you must read A. only nonfiction. B. anything except magazines. C. good writing. D. only novels.
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User: In order to become a better writer, you must read A. only nonfiction. B. anything except magazines. C. good writing. D. only novels.

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User: Which of the following sentences is written in the active voice? A. The bill was passed by the legislature. B. It was voted by the legislature to pass. C. I was told by the chairman that the bill was passed by the legislature. D. The chairman told me that the legislature passed the bill.

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