「Vneg + reru/rareru・れる・られる」
Vneg reru/rareru expresses the passive form. Reru is attached to regular I verbs and rareru to regular II verbs. The irregular verbs kuru and suru become korareu and sareru. All passive verbs are regular II verbs. There are two types of passives in Japanese:: direct and indirect. The direct passive is similar to the English passive in which the object of the active sentence becomes the subject of the passive sentence (Example 1). The agent (performer of the action) takes the particle ni. The agent may be omitted when it is not important or unknown (Example 2). In the indirect passive, the person who becomes the subject of the passive sentence is the one who is adversely affected by someone else's action or an unpleasant event (Example 3). For this passive, both transitive and intransitive verbs may be used (Examples 3, 4 and 5).
Tokidoki Tomu wa Jimu ni damasareru.
Sometimes Tom is deceived by Jim.
Asoko ni biru ga tateraremasu.
A building will be built over there.
Watashi wa otōto ni pai o taberaremashita.
I had my pie eaten by my younger brother.
Gorufujō de ame ni furaremashita.
We were rained on at the golf course.
Watashi wa Akiko-san ni totsuzen uchi e koraremashita.
Akiko came to my home unexpectedly (and I was unhappy).
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