Tuesday, 20 April 2021

Active And Passive Voice Overview Chart

Hi friends and my dear students! In this post, I have covered Active And Passive Voice Chart / Table. After going through this Active And Passive Voice Overview Chart You Can Practice the Active and Passive Voice Worksheet and Active And Passive Voice Online Quiz.
Active And Passive Voice Chart / Table
Active And Passive Voice Chart / Table

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Active And Passive Voice Chart / Table

SIMPLE PRESENT

The Auxiliary verbs which are used in passive voice – is/are/am + V3

ACTIVE VOICE

PASSIVE VOICE

I like Chess.

Chess is liked by me.

I do not like chess.

Chess is not liked by me.

Do I like chess?

Is chess liked by me?

They sell books.

Books are sold by them.

She helps me.

I am helped by her.

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Fill In The Blanks With Passive Forms

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

Is being/are being/am being + V3

ACTIVE VOICE

PASSIVE VOICE

She is singing a song.

A song is being sung by her.

She is not singing a song.

A song is not being sung by her.

Is she singing a song?

Is a song being sung by her?

They are eating apples.

Apples are being eaten by them.

You are disturbing me.

I am being disturbed by you.

 

PRESENT PERFECT

has been/have been + V3

ACTIVE VOICE

PASSIVE VOICE

He has completed the work.

The work has been completed by him.

He has not completed the work.

The work has not been completed by him.

Has he completed the work?

Has the work been completed by him?

She has written five poems.

Five poems have been written by her.

I have made some cakes.

Some cakes have been made by me.

 

SIMPLE PAST

was/were + V3

ACTIVE VOICE

PASSIVE VOICE

He bought a car.

A car was bought by him.

He did not buy a car.

A car was not bought by him.

Did he buy a car?

Was a car bought by him?

She decorated the walls.

The walls were decorated by her.

I helped them.

They were helped by me.

 

PAST CONTINUOUS

was being/were being + V3

ACTIVE VOICE

PASSIVE VOICE

She was washing a shirt.

A shirt was being washed by her.

She was not washing a shirt.

A shirt was not being washed by her.

Was she washing a shirt?

Was a shirt being washed by her?

 

PAST PERFECT

had been + V3

ACTIVE VOICE

PASSIVE VOICE

They had won the game.

The game had been won by them.

They had not won the game.

The game had not been won by them.

Had they won the game?

Had the game been won by them?

He had collected coins.

Coins had been collected by him.

 

SIMPLE FUTURE

will be/shall be + V3

ACTIVE VOICE

PASSIVE VOICE

She will write a poem.

A poem will be written by her.

She will not write a poem.

A poem will not be written by her.

Will she write a poem?

Will a poem be written by her?

You will receive the letter.

The letter will be received by you.

They will arrange the money.

The money will be arranged by them.

 

FUTURE PERFECT

will/shall + have been + V3

ACTIVE VOICE

PASSIVE VOICE

He will have received the letter.

The letter will have been received by him.

He will not have received the letter.

The letter will not have been received by him.

Will he have received the letter?

Will the letter have been received by him?

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