Active to Passive Voice Changing

Active to Passive Voice Changing

 

Rules of Passivization:

  1. Active object  Passive Subject
  2. Passive auxiliaries as per Tense.
  3. V3 or past participle form of verb.
  4. Active subject Passive Object
Subject Object 
I Me 
We Us 
You You 
They Them 
He Him 
She Her 
It It 
Karim Karim 

 

 

 

Passive Auxiliaries

Present Indefinite: am/is/are + [V3]

Present Continuous:  am being / is being /are being + [V3]

Present Perfect: have been /has been + [V3]

Present Perfect Continuous: ………………..

 

Past Indefinite: was /were + [V3]

Past Continuous: was being /were being + [V3]

Past Perfect: had been + [V3]

Past Perfect Continuous: ………………….

 

Future Indefinite: shall be/ will be + [V3]

Future Continuous: shall be being / will be being + [V3]

Future Perfect: shall have been/ will have been + [V3]

Future Perfect Continuous: ………………….

 

 

    
Active Forms Passive Forms 
I write a letter It is written 
I am writing a letter It is being written 
I have written a letter It has been written 
I have been writing a letter …………………… 
I wrote a letter It was written 
I was writing a letter It was being written 
I had written a letter It had been written 
I had been writing a letter ……………………. 
I shall write a letter It will be written 
I shall be writing a letter It will be being written 
I shall have written a letter It will have been written 
I shall have been writing… …………………… 
I can write a letter It can be written 
I could write a letter It could be written 
I must write a letter It must be written 
I may write a letter It may be written 
I might write a letter It might be written 
I should write a letter It should be written 
I would write a letter It would be written 
Write a letter Let it be written 
Don’t write a letter Let it not be written 
Never write a letter Let it never be written 
Do you write a letter? Is it written by you? 
When do you write a letter? When is it written by you? 
Who broke the glass? By whom was the glass broken? 

 

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