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Active Passive Voices
Active Passive Voices
Active Passive Voices
Active Passive Voices
Active Passive Voices
Active Passive Voices
Active Passive Voices
Active Passive Voices
Active Passive Voices
Active Passive Voices
Active Passive Voices
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Active Passive Voices

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This is a complete presentation on the function of active passive voices.

This is a complete presentation on the function of active passive voices.

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  1. ACTIVE PASSIVE VOICES Copyright - DEEPA English Language Resource Centre
  2. SIMPLE PRESENT ACTIVE VOICE: THE CHILD DRINKS MILK EVERY MORNING. PASSIVE VOICE: MILK IS DRUNK BY THE CHILD EVERY MORNING.
  3. SIMPLE PAST Active Voice: THE MAN TORE THE BEAUTIFUL SHIRT. Passive Voice: THE BEAUTIFUL SHIRT WAS TORN BY THE MAN.
  4. SIMPLE FUTURE ACTIVE VOICE: THE BOY WILL KICK THE BALL. PASSIVE VOICE: THE BALL WILL BE KICKED BY THE BOY.
  5. PRESENT CONTINUOUS ACTIVE VOICE: THE GIRL IS DRAWING A PICTURE. PASSIVE VOICE: A PICTURE IS BEING DRAWN BY THE GIRL.
  6. ACTIVE VOICE: THE BOY WAS LOCKING THE DOOR. PASSIVE VOICE: THE DOOR WAS BEING LOCKED BY THE BOY. PAST CONTINUOUS
  7. FUTURE CONTINUOUS ACTIVE VOICE: THE BOY WILL BE PLUCKING COCONUTS TOMORROW. PASSIVE VOICE: NO PASSIVE VOICE.
  8. PRESENT PERFECT ACTIVE VOICE: THE UNDERWORLD HAS KILLED MANY JOURNALISTS. PASSIVE VOICE: MANY JOURNALISTS HAVE BEEN KILLED BY THE UNDERWOLD.
  9. PAST PERFECT Active Voice: THE POLICE HAD ATTACKED A MOB. Passive Voice: A MOB HAD BEEN ATTACKED BY THE POLICE .
  10. FUTURE PERFECT Active Voice: IRAJ WILL HAVE DISTRIBUTED A NEW ALBUM. Passive Voice: A NEW ALBUM WILL HAVE BEEN DISTRIBUTED BY IRAJ.
  11. PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS Active Voice: THE CHILD HAS BEEN RIDING THE BICYCLE SINCE MORNING. Passive Voice: No passive voice .
  12. PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS Active Voice: THE VILLAGERS HAD BEEN SERVING ALMS EARLY MORNING. Passive Voice: No passive voice.
  13. FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS Active Voice: THE WOMAN WILL HAVE BEEN FEEDING THE CAT TILL ITS OWNER RETURNS HOME. Passive Voice: No passive voice .
  14. A PRODUCT OF DEEPA English Language Resource Centre, Sri Lanka [email_address] Created by Ravindra Ranasinha 2009 April

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