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Old January 14, 2014, 02:22 AM
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Exclamation My whole family thinks that ghosts exist.

My whole family thinks that ghosts exist.
if we want to make an impersonal passive sentence out of this sentence, how would we do it?
Just like this:

My whole family is thought to believe in ghosts.
It is thought in my family that ghosts exist.
Ghosts are thought to exist

I don´t think this is the best example of a sentence to be paraphrased.

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