Avoid the passive voice in most conversation situations.
(No thank you 受動態.)
Unless you are a scientist making a presentation of data,
the king or queen of a country,
a leader of a religion,
don't use it.
Sample junior high school text line:
"Cheeseburgers are loved by everyone."
Use the active voice in most conversation situations.
"Everyone loves cheeseburgers!"
Passive voice is often complex and unclear.
Complex and unclear = easy to make saying and understanding mistakes.
I don't know about language teaching in other non-English speaking countries but …
Japanese classrooms LOVE the passive voice because it is a brain buster on tests.
It is anti-English because it makes communication difficult.
It is anti-English because it makes students suffer no confidence.