(someone) is being (___ed)

Sentences have a subject (the person or thing that's doing an action) and an object (the person or thing that's receiving the action)

When the subject isn't important (or you don't know who/what it is), you can say that the object is "being __ed". Some examples include:

He's being transferred.

We're being watched.

Are you being treated well?

This phrase appears in these lessons: