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A grammatical property of verbs that indicates a relationship between the subject and the action expressed by the verb. “Birds build nests” is written in the active voice and emphasizes the subject: birds. “Nests are built by birds” is written in the passive voice and emphasizes the action - building nests. Active voice is far more persuasive in driving action.

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