if you were to describe where a novel is wrote would it be... "wrote in europe" or "written in europe"?
- SpeedLv 77 months agoFavorite Answer
The novel was written in Europe. (Passive voice, the action happening to the subject of the sentence)
The author wrote the novel in Europe. (Active voice, the subject of the sentence performing the action)
- bluebellbkkLv 77 months ago
Novels are not 'wrote'. That is illiterate. Novels are written.
Authors write books.
The author wrote this particular book in Europe.
The author has written many books in Ameerica, but this book was written in Europe.
- conley39Lv 77 months ago
The correct one is "written in Europe"
- Sir CausticLv 67 months ago
"Wroten at the Europes".
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- ReportingLv 67 months ago
Written. Wrote is so common.
- 7 months ago
The author wrote the book in Europe. The book was written in Europe by the author.
- SharonLv 67 months ago
written, unless the subject of the sentence is the author's name
- pmt853Lv 77 months ago
Written in Europe (capital E for Europe).