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    > Other French exercises on the same topic: Passive voice [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - From active form to the passive form - Grammaire : Passif / actif - Phrases actives au passé-simple . - Phrases actives et passives - Complément d'agent - Active-Passive form - Passive voice or compound tense - Active-Passive form
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    Le passif


    Pour le passif, le sujet n'est pas celui qui fait l'action, mais c'est celui qui la subit.

     

    C'est le complément d'agent qui fait l'action; on le reconnaît facilement car il est introduit par 'par'.

    Dans certains cas, le complément d'agent n'est pas exprimé, car on ne le connait pas :

                Ce garçon a été poussé. On ne connaît pas le complément d'agent mais on reconnaît le passif, car on pouvait dire : Ce garçon a été poussé par quelqu'un.





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