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Which of the following sentences is written in the passive voice? A. There was the aroma of autumn in the air. B. The rain was so heavy that we had to pull to the side of the road. C. We were surprised by the ending of the movie. D. I was in favor of the motion.
The sentence that is written in the passive voice is: We were surprised by the ending of the movie.
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