For a verb to be passive, it is essential that:
A. the subject is acted upon.
B. it describes an action done by the subject.
C. the sentence does not have a direct object.
D. it is in the future tense.
E. it is in the past tense.
Lillian works in a company that requires its employees to keep learning, adapt to
frequent changes, and it has also been recognized as a fun place to work. Her boss is a
prominent personality in the industry, reputed for his experience, and he often gives her
challenging projects to work on. In the context of Professor John Sullivans set of
questions, Which of the following can be concluded about Lillians job?
A. She should quit her job because her boss is doing well, and this means that there
wont be any growth opportunities for her.
B. She should quit her job because the job is challenging and requires extra learning