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Philippine Airlines cancelled all the flights because of the pandemic. - Active Voice
Passive voice: All the flights were cancelled by the Philippine Airlines because of the pandemic.
The vendors had pick the oranges before the storm. - Active Voice
Passive voice: The oranges were picked by the vendors before the storm
A creative costume will be designed by Sheila. - Passive Voice
Active voice: Sheila will design a creative costume.
My wallet was found by Ella. - Passive Voice
Active Voice: Ella found my wallet.
Ruth and Andy broke the window. - Active Voice
Passive Voice: The window were broken by Ruth and Andy.
They are going to deliver my computer on Monday. - Active Voice
Passive Voice: My computer will be going to delivered by them on Monday.
Mary invited Paul to her birthday party. - Active Voice
Passive Voice: Paul was invited by Mary to her birthday party.
A new planet was discovered by British Astronomers. - Passive Voice
Active Voice: The British Astronomers discovered a new planet.
Students have sent her flowers. - Active Voice
Passive Voice: Her flowers have been sent by the students.
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Sinigang by Marby Villaceran
The story starts with a girl named Liza, and her Tita Loleng, preparing Liza's favorite dish, Sinigang. Usually, it was never Liza's turn to help her Tita Loleng in cooking sinigang. But not today.
Liza was the one tasked by her Tita Loleng to pick out the vegetables to use in the Sinigang. While cooking, they had a conversation about Liza, attending the funeral of her half-brother, Lem. Lem died of cancer, but it was evident that he was her father's son.
Lem was not always the kindest to Liza when he was still alive. Though he was an acolyte for the church, he would always call Liza "sinverguenza", the shameless daughter.
During the funeral, Liza recalled that she was greeted by Lem's mother. She described that she was not as pretty as her mom. Lem's mother asked for forgiveness, to whom Liza just nodded without any emotions. Lem's mother took this as a yes and hugged Liza. She recalled that she smelled like perfume and sweat, but didn't move so as not to be rude.
Growing up, Liza always wondered who the boy who kept calling his father on the phone everyday. And now that she had the answer, it broke her heart. She was always Daddy's girl. When it was time for Lem's burial, as they watch his coffin being lowered, Liza's father looked at her, and said sorry.
The sinigang she and her Tita Loleng cooked will be served for dinner. Everything will be just the same, but different. Her dad will tell her mom about his day, and then ask each of them about theirs, her father will compliment her about the Sinigang they cooked and she would smile at her father like she always did. But this time, her smile won't even reach her eyes.
Sinigang is a kind of a short story.
What is it and what are the elements of a good short story?