An email to the doctor asks “how” a writer might “avoid passive voice sentences

Such sentences lack any actual subject as partner to its predicate — to make this easier to understand and catch for editing, one of the doctor’s closest meatspace avatar acquaintance recommends the “by Bobo” method: if you can tack on “by Bobo” after a given verb as a kind of subject afterthought, the sentence is in the passive voice (e.g. “The decision was made by Bobo”).

The doctor e-posted this entry on Day 554 of WWIII