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Use of the passive voice
Use of the passive voice
Use of the passive voice
Use of the passive voice
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Use of the passive voice

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  • 1. Inglés 2º Bachillerato PASSIVE VOICE María Robles Castillo
  • 2. Inglés 2º Bachillerato “PRESENT SIMPLE” AFFIRMATIVE FORM: Subject + finite form of “ to be” + Past Participle - A book is read by Mary. NEGATIVE FORM: Subject + Am not, Is not, Are not... + Past Participle - A book isn’t read by Mary. INTERROGATIVE FORM: Finite form of “ to be” + Subject +Past Participle - Is a book read by Mary? María Robles Castillo
  • 3. Inglés 2º Bachillerato “PAST SIMPLE PASSIVE” “PAST SIMPLE” AFFIRMATIVE FORM: Subject + past form of “ to be” + Past Participle - The fish FORM: NEGATIVEwas cooked. A book isn’t read by Mary. NEGATIVE FORM: Subject + was not, were INTERROGATIVE FORM: not + Past Participle - a book wasn’t Mary? IsThe fish read bycooked. INTERROGATIVE FORM: Past form of “ to be” + Subject +Past Participle - Was the fish cooked? María Robles Castillo
  • 4. Inglés 2º Bachillerato “PAST SIMPLE PASSIVE” “PRESENT PERFECT” AFFIRMATIVE FORM: Subject + have/has + been + Past Participle - A car has been bought by my sister. NEGATIVE FORM: A book isn’t read by Mary. NEGATIVE FORM: Subject + have not/has INTERROGATIVE FORM:not + been + Past Participle - a book read by Mary? IsA car hasn’t been bought by my sister. INTERROGATIVE FORM: Have/has + Subject + been + Past Participle - Has a car been bought by my sister? María Robles Castillo
  • 5. Inglés 2º Bachillerato “PAST“PAST PERFECT” SIMPLE PASSIVE” AFFIRMATIVE FORM: Subject + had + been + Past Participle - The glass had been NEGATIVE FORM: filled. A book isn’t read by Mary. NEGATIVE FORM: Subject + had not + been INTERROGATIVE FORM: + Past Participle - a book read by been IsThe glass hadn’t Mary?filled. INTERROGATIVE FORM: Had + subject + been + Past Participle - Had the glass been filled? María Robles Castillo
  • 6. Inglés 2º Bachillerato “PAST SIMPLE PASSIVE” “FUTURE WITH WILL” AFFIRMATIVE FORM: Subject + will be + Past Participle - The ticket will be NEGATIVE FORM: found. A book isn’t read by Mary. NEGATIVE FORM: Subject + will not be+ Past INTERROGATIVE FORM: Participle - a book read by Mary? IsThe ticket will not be found. INTERROGATIVE FORM: Will be + subject + Past Participle - Will be the ticked found? María Robles Castillo
  • 7. Inglés 2º Bachillerato “PAST SIMPLE PASSIVE” TO” “FUTURE WITH GOING AFFIRMATIVE FORM: Subject + going to be + Past Participle -The bank FORM: NEGATIVE going to be closed. A book isn’t read by Mary. NEGATIVE FORM: Subject + going FORM: INTERROGATIVEnot to be + Past Participle - a book read by Mary? IsThe bank going not to be closed. INTERROGATIVE FORM: Going to be+ subject + Past Participle - Going to be the bank closed? María Robles Castillo
  • 8. Inglés 2º Bachillerato “PAST“MODALPASSIVE” SIMPLE VERBS” AFFIRMATIVE FORM: Subject + modal verb + be + Past Participle - This dog FORM: NEGATIVE can be adopted. A book isn’t read by Mary. NEGATIVE FORM: Subject + modal FORM: INTERROGATIVE verb + not + be + Past Participle - a book can’t be adopted. IsThis dogread by Mary? INTERROGATIVE FORM: Modal verb + be + subject + Past Participle - Can be this dog adopted? María Robles Castillo
  • 9. Inglés 2º Bachillerato “BASIC RULES” Passive voice is used when action is more important which who do it. •It’s written with some rules: •The object of the active sentence become in the subject of the passive sentence. •The form of the verb is changed for past participle. •The subject of active sentence become in the object of the passive sentence. •If we write the subject that does the action, it will be after of preposition “by”. María Robles Castillo
  • 10. Inglés 2º Bachillerato “FIVE ACTIVE SENTENCES WRITTEN IN PASSIVE FORM” I go to hospital with my mother .(Active) My mother is accompanied to hospital. (Passive) Pepe has eat eggs and potatoes. (Active) Eggs and potatoes has bee eaten by Pepe. (Passive) You will fill this bag with toys. (Active) This bag will be filled with toys. (Passive) They don’t know the true. (Active) The true aren’t known. (Passive) Do you wrote this letter? (Active) Was this letter written by you? (Passive) María Robles Castillo

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