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Active and passive Presentation

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Active and passive Presentation

  1. 1. Amie baked a cake for her mother. A cake was baked by Amie for her mother.
  2. 2. Dora explored the City. The chef prepared a meal. Ashley gave her brother a dog.
  3. 3. Active Voice A verb is active if its subject performs the action.
  4. 4. Active and Passive Voice
  5. 5. What is Voice? Voice is the form of the verb that shows whether the subject is performing the action.
  6. 6. The City was explored by Dora. A meal was prepared by the chef. A dog was given to her brother by Ashley.
  7. 7. Passive Voice A verb is passive if the subject is the receiver of the action.
  8. 8. Mechanics The students will be divided into 3 groups. The sentences will be shown on the screen; the first group who will raise their hand is the first one to answer. The students will orally identify the voice of the verb in each sentence then change the form.
  9. 9. 1. Diane measures the perimeter. A. The perimeter is measured by Diane 2. Paul uploads videos every week on YouTube. A. Videos are uploaded by Paul every week on YouTube. 3. Thomson discovered the electrons. A. The electrons are discovered by Thomson.
  10. 10. 4. She writes a letter. A. A letter is written by her. 5. Carl will teach the children. A. The children will be taught by Carl. 6. These vases were molded by Chinese potters. P. Chinese potters molded these vases.
  11. 11. 7. Houses were destroyed by the earthquake. P. The earthquake destroyed houses. 8. The fans carried a big banner. A. A big banner was carried by the fans. 9. A servant is employed by him. P. He employs a servant. 10. We celebrate the Golden Jubilee of our school. A. The Golden Jubilee was celebrated by our school.
  12. 12. Quiz: Identify the following statements whether it is a simile, metaphor, oxymoron, apostrophe, hyperbole, rhyme scheme, personification, imagery. 1. "Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you're going to get." 2. You are the rainbow of my colorless life. 3. Blind justice was not on his side.
  13. 13. 4. I had so much homework last night that I need to pick up trucks to carry all my books home! 5. My sister is having a heavy diet. 6. You sting like a bee. 7. She wears a long fur coat of mink Even in the summertime Everybody knows from the coy little wink The girl's got a lot on her mind
  14. 14. 8. Oh, rose, how sweet you smell and how bright you look! 9. That child is a bear when he is sleepy. 10. 'The people along the sand All turn and look one way. They turn their back on the land. They look at the sea all day.
  15. 15. Quiz On a one whole sheet of paper A. Write A in the blanks before the number if the sentence is active and P if passive. ____1. Merliz presents an interesting report. ____2. The village was destroyed by fire. ____3. They killed the enemies. ____4. A car knocked down the child. ____5. The president was given a grand welcome by the people.
  16. 16. B. Rewrite the sentences in passive voice. 1. Nikki bakes a lot of cookies. 2. The doctor examines the patient. 3. They enjoyed the tour very much. C. Rewrite the sentences in active voice. 1. The big temple of Tanjore was built by Raja. 2.. Many stories were told by Bibo. 3. He was appreciated by everyone.
  17. 17. 1. Veron make a lesson for today. 2. A book was published by PAYAWAL Printing Press. 3. Sweet candies were made by my grandmother. 4. Anthony made the strawberry cake. 5. 9-Galilei plays badminton every Sunday. 6. The ball was kicked by Aaron.
  18. 18. 7. A student was expelled by the principal. 8. We joined the tour for education students. 9. The report was accepted by the chairperson. 10. Ellen leaves her cellular phone on the table.

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