#1
OK guys i really need help with this stuff, for some reason it just boggles my mind, and its for a major essay.

i need these sentences out of passive voice

the underlined part is the passive part

"During the time period of king arthur, mordred is raised in such a way"


"In the book, Mordred is portrayed as a victim of circumstances"

"Mordred was born as a result or morgause sedicuing arthur"

"this action is also done so that arthur would be in breach of the law"

guys if you could help me with this I would really appreciate it, this is a major chunk of my grade
#3
"During the time period of king arthur, mordred is raised in such a way"
During the time of King Arthur, such a way raises Mordred.
This would make more sense if you said what the way is instead of saying 'such a way.'

"In the book, Mordred is portrayed as a victim of circumstances"
The book portrays Mordred as a victim of circumstances.

"Mordred was born as a result or morgause sedicuing arthur"
This I don't believe is in the passive voice, because 'was born' is a past participle (I think.). Though you might say Morgause's seducing Arthur resulted in Mordred's birth.

"this action is also done so that arthur would be in breach of the law"
I can't tell you this for sure unless I know who did the action, but the basic form would be: (Whoever does the action) did this action so that Arthur would be in breach of the law.

The thing to do to make sentences active is write them so that you say X does Y, not Y is done by X. There shouldn't be 'is (past tense verb).'
Can't stop the signal.