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PRESENT, PAST AND FUTURE PASSIVE  Affirmative and Negative
Do you know the difference between the active and the passiveform? Lets see it with an example.            1. Peter writes...
The passive voice is formed with the verb to be and a pastparticiple. Lets see how we change sentences from active topassi...
Grammar Present passive: affirmativeComplete the table with thepresent passive affirmativeform of pay.                    ...
Grammar Present passive: negativeComplete the table with thepresent passive negativeform of pay.                  Negative...
Grammar Past passive: affirmativeComplete the table with thepast passive affirmative form ofpay.                          ...
Grammar Past passive: negativeComplete the table with thepast passive negative form ofpay.                        Negative...
Grammar Future passive: affirmativeComplete the table with thefuture passive affirmative formof pay.                      ...
Grammar Future passive: negativeComplete the table with thefuture passive negative form ofpay.                        Nega...
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  1. 1. PRESENT, PAST AND FUTURE PASSIVE Affirmative and Negative
  2. 2. Do you know the difference between the active and the passiveform? Lets see it with an example. 1. Peter writes a letter 2. A letter is written by Peter In which the subject is the DOER of the action? In which one the subject SUFFERS the action? In which one is the SUBJECT important? In which one is the SUBJECT not important? Which one is ACTIVE? Which one is PASSIVE?
  3. 3. The passive voice is formed with the verb to be and a pastparticiple. Lets see how we change sentences from active topassive. Beyoncé sang a new song. A new song was sung by BeyoncéFirst, we locate the Direct Object. It will be the Subject of thepassive.Next, we locate the verb and find out in which tense it is. Inthis case, it is in the past simple.Then, we put the verb to be in the same tense as the activeverb, followed by the past participle of the active verb.Finally, we locate the subject and put it at the end of thesentence, with the preposition by in front of it. Sometimes,subjects such as somebody or people are omited in the passive.When the subject is a pronoun, it changes to an object pronounafter by: he -> by him, she -> by her, I -> by me, etc...
  4. 4. Grammar Present passive: affirmativeComplete the table with thepresent passive affirmativeform of pay. Affirmative I ’m paid You ’re paid to do this job. He / She / It ’ paid s We / You / They ’ paid re
  5. 5. Grammar Present passive: negativeComplete the table with thepresent passive negativeform of pay. Negative I ’m not paid paid You aren’t paid paid to do this job. He / She / It isn’t paid paid We / You / They aren’t paid paid
  6. 6. Grammar Past passive: affirmativeComplete the table with thepast passive affirmative form ofpay. Affirmative I was paid paid. You were paid paid. He / She / It was paid paid. We / You / They wer paid paid. e
  7. 7. Grammar Past passive: negativeComplete the table with thepast passive negative form ofpay. Negative I wasn’t paid paid. You weren’t paid paid. He / She / It wasn’t paid paid. We / You / They weren’t paid paid.
  8. 8. Grammar Future passive: affirmativeComplete the table with thefuture passive affirmative formof pay. Affirmative I ’ll be paid paid. You ’ll be paid paid. He / She / It ’ll be paid paid. We / You / They ’ll be paid paid.
  9. 9. Grammar Future passive: negativeComplete the table with thefuture passive negative form ofpay. Negative I won’t be paid paid. You won’t be paid paid. He / She / It won’t be paid paid. We / You / They won’t be paid paid.

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