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ESTRUCTURA DE VOZ PASIVA Y VOZ ACTIVA

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on 1 February 2016

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Transcript of ESTRUCTURA DE VOZ PASIVA Y VOZ ACTIVA

ESTRUCTURA DE VOZ PASIVA Y VOZ ACTIVA
Estructura General
Sujeto + Verbo To be + Verbo en participio + Objeto.
Pasar oraciones de la voz activa a la voz pasiva
1) Cambiar el orden del sujeto y el objeto.
2) Añadir el auxiliar “to be” en el tiempo verbal de la voz activa.
3) Añadir el participio del verbo principal
Presente simple
Voz activa: John writes the letter
Voz pasiva: The letter is written by John
Pasado simple
Voz activa: John wrote the letter
Voz pasiva: The letter was written by John
Presente perfecto
Voz activa: John has written the letter
Voz pasiva: The letter has been written by John
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Presente continuo
Voz activa: John is writing the letter
Voz pasiva: The letter is being written by John
Pasado continuo
Voz activa: John was writing the letter
Voz pasiva: The letter was being written by John
Pasado perfecto
Voz activa: John had written the letter
Voz pasiva: The letter had been written by John
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