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Passive voice


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Passive voice

  1. 1. Passivevoice<br />Integrantes:<br />Estrada Sollano Livia Vanessa<br />Franco Díaz Brenda Margarita<br />Garduño González Sharone<br />Olivos Gutiérrez Reyes Orlando<br />Torres Ramírez Laura Marisela<br />Grupo: 502<br />Inglés V <br />
  2. 2. The subject or the agent becomes irrelevant, now the action is the most important part in the speech.<br />Passivevoice<br />Subject<br />Tobe<br />Verb in pastparticiple<br />+<br />+<br />We can use itwhentheactionis more importantthantheagent<br />Changing<br />Present tense<br />Am/ I´mnot<br />Is/isn´t<br />Are/ aren´t<br />Past tense<br />Was/ wasn´t<br />Were/weren´t<br />Active<br />Da Vinci paintedThe Mona Lisa time ago.<br />Passive<br />The Mona Lisa waspaintedby Da Vinci time ago.<br />
  3. 3. We can use:<br />1. Tense Present continuous<br />Verb to be+ verb +ing+ verb in past participle<br />2. Tense Present perfect<br />Have/has been+ verb in past participle <br />3. Tense Past continuous<br />Was/were+ verb+ ing+ verb in past participle<br />4. Tense Past perfect<br />Had been+ verb in past participle<br />5. Tense Future<br />Will/ won´t be+ verb in past participle<br />6.Modal auxiliary verbs<br />canbe<br />couldbe<br />maybe<br />mightbe<br />shouldbe<br />mustbe<br />Would be<br />* We can omit the verb to be in present tense.<br />