We are already busy enough that we often scan texts B2C Telemarketing List online instead of reading. That's why it's important to stay short and to the point. Accessible and concise language helps. Of course , a text does not always have to be short and B2C Telemarketing List concise .This also depends on the purpose of your text and the subject. But avoiding B2C Telemarketing List unnecessary (too) long sentences and words is of course always a plus. As in the example with Elsemieke, you will probably notice that the active sentence is shorter: Elsemieke is putting the finishing touches to an article.
Elsemieke 's article is being finalized . Passive sentences B2C Telemarketing List often contain the word "to be" or "to be" and a past participle. In this B2C Telemarketing List example it is therefore about 'is' + 'laid'. Besides the fact that this language makes the sentence longer, the passive B2C Telemarketing List form is not recommended for another reason. In passive sentences you often miss the person who is performing an action. The article is being finalized . Who is putting the finishing touches to the article? 'Elsemieke' has disappeared here. This makes the sentence impersonal and/or distant.
Making passive sentences active To make a passive B2C Telemarketing List sentence active, it can therefore help to ask yourself: 'by whom?' The answer to the question is the subject you can use for your active sentence. OnzeTaal also shares a good B2C Telemarketing List example, in which you can clearly see this difference: I will contact you within 3 working days. You will be contacted within 3 days. Which sentence appeals to you more? Even though it's B2C Telemarketing List only such a small difference. Using a passive or passive sentence in your text now and then is of course no problem. Sometimes it just reads really nice as a change. Or does it suit your writing style.