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Passive Voice 7º

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on 12 September 2016

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Transcript of Passive Voice 7º

Passive Voice
Present, Past, Future, Present Progressive, and Present Perfect Passive

When do we use Passive Voice?
To change the focus of attention.
When the object is more important than the subject.
When we don't know who did the action.
Change to PASSIVE VOICE
Construction:
ACTIVE VOICE:
The object becomes the subject.
Verb (passive)
Subject becomes the agent.
(use "by" phrase)
Simple Present Passive
Subject + Is/Are + Past Participle
Simple Future Passive
Subject + will be + past participle
Subject - Verb (active) - Object
Example:

Laura cooks dinner.
Dinner
add the verb "be"
the main verb in past participle form
+
is
cooked
by Laura
My brother
plays
computer games.

Computer games
are played
by my brother
Jake
will write
the letter.

The letter
will be written
by Jake.
Simple Past Passive
Subject + was/were + past participle
The teacher
corrected
the mistakes.

The mistakes
were corrected
by the teacher.
Present Progressive Passive
Subject + is/are + being + past participle
Someone
is cleaning
the room.

The room
is being cleaned
.
Present Perfect Passive
My mom
has baked
a cake.

A cake
has been baked
by my mom.
Subject + has/have + been + past participle
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