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Here's a active voice sentence but it like a passive voice. Is it a special case? I'm thankful to you for help me. "will see ..... subjected to ..." Any grammar rules / pattern here? Normally, it should be "be + PP". The move, in accordance with the suspension of the Hong Kong Policy Act of 1992 and the invoking of US President Donald Trump’s executive order on “Hong Kong Normalisation”, will see Hong Kong companies subjected to the same trade war tariffs levied on mainland Chinese exporters, should they make products subject to these duties.
Aug 23, 2020 9:24 AM
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This is the underlying grammar. "The move ... will see Hong Kong companies [being] subjected to the same trade war tariffs [which were] levied on mainland Chinese exporters ...."
August 23, 2020
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