'was' or 'has been'? 'Your daughter was raised well' implies in English that something has happened to her since... which is why we would use 'has been'. 'Your daughter has been well brought up' implies that it has happened but she is still well behaved ;-) Is 'has been' grammatically wrong, and if so what is the translation? Thanks.
No, they aren't. "Zostać" is more like "become".
Imperfective actions require the verb "być" followed by the imperfective past participle: List jest pisany przez mamę.
Perfective actions require the verb "zostać" followed by the perfective past participle: List został napisany przez mamę.
This may be regional difference (I speak BrE) but 'well-bred' says as much to me about social class as about upbringing, if not more. 'Bred' from 'breeding'... It's not a phrase I would care to use: implies to me some snobbery, rather than simply approval of someone with good manners.