Using other Prepositions instead of Preposition ‘by’ in the Passive Voice:-



Using other Prepositions instead of Preposition ‘by’ in the Passive Voice:-

Using Preposition ‘to’ instead of ‘by’ Preposition in the Passive Voice:-
I know the President of America.
The President of America is known to me.
Using Preposition ‘to’ instead of ‘by’ Preposition in the Passive Voice:-
The bag contains rice.
Rice is contained in the bag.
The speech of Cameron interests me.
I am interested in the speech of Cameron.
Using Preposition ‘at’ instead of ‘by’ Preposition in the Passive Voice:-
India’s win surprises us.
We are surprised at India’s win.
Using Preposition ‘with’ instead of ‘by’ Preposition in the Passive Voice:-
Tenants filled the town.
The town is filled with tenants.
Her behaviour pleases the Pope.
The Pope is pleased with her behaviour.
The result of the republicans disappoints the Japanese.
The Japanese are disappointed with the result of the Republicans.

*These are some examples stated. There are so many instances of Using other Preposition  instead of ‘by’ Preposition in the Passive Voice.

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