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Active-Passive Voice and Broadcast Style
Transcript of Active-Passive Voice and Broadcast Style
1) have swarmed
2) being tapped
But only one is
Which is it? #5 EVEN SOURCES CLOSE TO GOVERNOR CHRIS GREGOIRE SAY THEY'RE NOT SURE THE PRESIDENT WILL TAP HER TO HEAD THE E-P-A. How about... WHO IS TAPPING WHOM? (PLEASE, NO SNICKERING.) RUMORS ARE SWARMING THAT GOVERNOR GREGOIRE IS ON THE PRESIDENT’S SHORTLIST TO HEAD THE E-P-A, BUT THOSE CLOSE TO HER SAY THEY AREN’T SURE. #5 Even better... Watch the meaning! Only when you have to, of course. (Sardella pg. 42-43) Read out loud. "Journalese" and cliches. Approach these exercises not as an student but as an editor. Feel free to insert your own words... as long as you don't change the intent. One word can change a lot.
"A leading cause of death..." vs. "The leading cause of death..." You will catch a lot of awkward writing when you say rather than read. Prop 22 (1999)
"Only marriage between a man and a woman will be valid or recognized in California.'' THINGS TO AVOID: Broadcast Tree Diamond Hourglass