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La voz pasiva frente a la voz activa

Tratando de entender el voz pasivo versos el voz activo.

¿Es verdad que en el voz pasiva no hay un subjeto?

Por ejemplo:

Se ha establecido un acuerdo unilateral.
A unilateral agreement has been established.
Subjeto: No hay specifica.
Objeto: acuerdo
Verbo: establecido

He/Has/Ha/Hemos/Han establecido un acuerdo unilateral.
I/you/etc have established.......
Subjeto: I/you/etc. Aqui hay un subjeto específica
Objeto: acuerdo
Verbo: establecido

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