A brief(!) hint to assist those who wish to develop their passive voice writing skills:
Abstract, intangible language is greatly to be preferred and simple, concrete words should be avoided altogether, where "concrete" is defined as something that can be placed into a container of some sort. For example: it is considered simple to visualise a "cat" being "lifted" into a "basket", but it is thought to be somewhat more taxing to conceptualise a "domesticated feline" being "vertically and horizontally translocated" into a "woven wickerwork vessel".
When using abstract language it is preferable to utilise complex, obscure or erudite words, which convey the superior intellect and skill of the passive artisan far more effectively than common-or-garden terminology could ever hope to achieve.
The author of this missive wishes to apologise to his avid readers for not continuing to espouse his learned wisdom at this time. A rather painful and bothersome cranial cephalalgia (commonly and rather vulgarly known as a "headache") has developed as a direct result of PVF (Passive Voice Fatigue) syndrome, causing the author to depart in search of an effective analgesic.