PRESENT PASSIVE
USES
   The passive voice is used when one doesn't
    know or it doesn't care who this carrying out the
    action. For ...
Affirmative form
   The affirmative form is built in the following way:
    subject + verb be + past participle.
    exam...
Affirmative form, example:
 Affirmative          Contractas form
 I am listened       I’m listened
 You are listened    Yo...
Negative form

 The negative form is built, in the first place
  the subject, in second place the negative
  of the verb ...
Negative form, example:
   Negative               Contractas form
I am not finished       I’m not finished
You are not fin...
Interrogative form
   The interrogative one is formed putting the verb
    be first but in second place the fellow. Final...
Interrogative form, example:

Interrogative        Affirmative     Negative
Am i invited?       Yes, i am.       No, i’m n...
THE            END




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Trabajo De Ingles

  1. 1. PRESENT PASSIVE
  2. 2. USES  The passive voice is used when one doesn't know or it doesn't care who this carrying out the action. For their formation the verb to be is used, example: Rice is grown in China, (el arroz es cultivado en China). Always keeping in mind that the main verb of the sentence is in past participle, example: he is invited to the cinema, (el está invitado a el cine).
  3. 3. Affirmative form  The affirmative form is built in the following way: subject + verb be + past participle. example: we are all invited to the cinema. (todos estamos invitados a el cine).  Taken care for that it is necessary to have much taken care in the way of the past participle since it never varies
  4. 4. Affirmative form, example: Affirmative Contractas form I am listened I’m listened You are listened You’re listened He is listened He’s listened She is listened She’s listened We are listened We’re listened You are listened You’re listened They are listened They’re listened
  5. 5. Negative form  The negative form is built, in the first place the subject, in second place the negative of the verb be, and in third place the past participle, example:  Subject + negative of the verb be + past participle.
  6. 6. Negative form, example: Negative Contractas form I am not finished I’m not finished You are not finished You aren’t finished He is not finished He isn’t finished She is not finished She isn’t finished We are not finished We aren’t finished You are not finished You aren’t finished They are not finished They aren’t finished
  7. 7. Interrogative form  The interrogative one is formed putting the verb be first but in second place the fellow. Finally, I place the past participle. Example: are the potatoes fried? (¿hay que freir patatas?)  In the negative short answers, contracted forms are usually used.
  8. 8. Interrogative form, example: Interrogative Affirmative Negative Am i invited? Yes, i am. No, i’m not Are you invited? Yes, you are. No, you aren’t Is he invited? Yes, he is. No, he isn’t Is she invited? Yes, she is. No, she isn’t Are we invited? Yes, we are. No, we aren’t Are you invited? Yes, you are. No, you aren’t Are they invited? Yes, they are. No, they aren’t
  9. 9. THE END • By: Carmen Y Ángela

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