I need an active voice for this sentence “Why can we go somewhere that it is not infested with grizzlies.”?

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  • Mike
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    6 months ago
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    Let's go someplace the grizzlies aren't infesting.

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  • Anonymous
    6 months ago

    "Infested" is not a passive voice here. It's a participle used as an adjective.

    Why can't we go somewhere that is not infested with grizzlies? [the sentence is already in active voice, not passive] >

    Why can't we go somewhere that is not full of grizzlies? [not passive]

    Some other adjectives have also developed from past participles, such as "afraid."

    afraid (adj.)

    "impressed with fear, fearful," early 14th century, originally the past participle of the now-obsolete Middle English verb afray "frighten," from Anglo-French afrayer, Old French affrai, effrei, esfrei "disturbance, fright," from esfreer (v.) "to worry, concern, trouble, disturb," from Vulgar Latin *exfridare, a hybrid word meaning literally "to take out of peace."

    Source(s): Online Etymology Dictionary
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  • Anonymous
    6 months ago

    I assume you mean "can't" not "can." The most direct way is "Why can't we go somewhere that grizzlies don't infest?" This should suffice for a grammar test even if it's probably not something you'd say in real life.

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  • I do not think this sentence is passive voice. It is just awkward and poorly construction. I see "go" as the predicate - where is the "be" auxiliary verb always present in passive voice? Direct writing is always the best. "Let's go somewhere not infested with grizzlies."

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  • 6 months ago

    Thank you, it sounds great! but I can’t use the f *** on my paper.

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  • Anonymous
    6 months ago

    Let's get the F*** outta bear country

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