I was wondering how I should say the following sentence?
This will help it be seen on more news feeds
Esto lo ayudará ........
But out of curiosity I decided to generalize my question. Spanish Dict suggests the linked conjugation for the verb
to see = ver.
Corresponding to each active conjugation we should have its passive (if it's like English). For example:
I see ---> I am seen by
I saw ----> I was seen by
I used to see ----> I used to be seen
I would see ----> I would be seen by
I will see ----> I will be seen by
I have seen ----> I have been seen by
I had seen ----> I had been seen by
I would have seen ----> I would have been seen by
I will have seen ----> I will have been seen by
to see ----> to be seen
Then which structure does the role of the structure to be + past participle in Spanish?
Or how is the passive voice and so the passive infinitive made in Spanish?
How is the passive voice conjugated?