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When verbs those take both a direct and indirect object and either object may become the subject of the Passive Verb, while the other is retained.
Example:
Who taught you French? (Active)
By whom was French thought to you? (Passive)
OR
Who were you thought French by? (Passive)
OR
By whom were you though French? (Passive)
The manager will give you a ticket (Active).
A ticket will be given to you by the manager (Passive).
OR
You will be given a ticket by the manager (Passive).
He handed her a chair (Active).
A chair was handed to her (Passive).
OR
She was handed a chair (Passive).
Mr. Krishnaji teaches us grammar (Active).
Grammar is taught to us by Mr. Krishnaji (Passive).
OR
We are taught to us by Mr. Krishnaji (Passive).
An indirect object donates the person the whom or for whomSomething is given or done, while a direct object usually donates a thing. In cases like the above, it is probably more usual for passive constructions to begin with the person.
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