PASSIVE SENTENCES

PRESENT TENSE ( PASSIVE )

Passive Sentence is made when we think that the doer is considered not so important.

PRESENT TENSE  :

For Example :    S + am / is / are + V3

1. The car is painted beautifully.
2. The bridge is built strongly.
3. The lesson is always explained clearly.
4. I am accompanied to school everyday.
5. They are given English lesson every Friday.

For Example :    S + am / is / are + not+ V3
1. The car is not painted beautifully.
2. The bridge is not built strongly.
3. The lesson is not always explained clearly.
4. I am not accompanied to school everyday.
5. They are not given money every Friday.

FOR Example  :   AM / Is / Are + S + V3 ?

1. Is the car  painted beautifully?
2. Is the bridge  built strongly?
3. Is the lesson  always explained clearly?
4. Are you accompanied to school everyday?
5. Are they  given money every Friday?


PAST TENSE ( PASSIVE )

Passive Sentence is made when we think that the doer is    considered not so important.
PAST TENSE  :
For Example :    S + was / were + V3
1. The car was painted beautifully.
2. The bridge  was built strongly.
3. The lesson  was explained clearly.
4. I was not accompanied to school yesterday.
5. They  were given English lesson yesterday.
For Example :    S + were/was + not + V3

1. The car was not painted beautifully.

2. The bridge was not built strongly.

3. The lesson was not  explained clearly.

4. I was not accompanied to school yesterday.

5. They were not given money last Friday.


FOR Example  :   Was / were + S + V3 ?

1. Was the car  painted beautifully?
2. Was the bridge  built strongly?
3. Was the lesson  explained clearly?
4. Were you accompanied yesterday?
5. Were they  given money last Friday?

FUTURE TENSE ( PASSIVE )

Passive Sentence is made when we think that the doer is    considered not so important.

FUTURE TENSE  :

For Example  :  S + will + Be + V3
1. My car will be repaired tomorrow.
2. My brother will be taught English next week.
3. Breakfast will be served soon.
4. My house will be painted tomorrow.

For Example  :  S + will + not +Be + V3
1. My bike will not be repaired tomorrow.
2. Tony will not be taught English next week.
3. Lunch will not be served soon.
4. My house will not be sold tomorrow.

For Example  :  Will + S +Be + V3 ?

1. Will my bike be repaired tomorrow?
2. Will Tony be taught English next week?
3. Will lunch be served soon?
4. Will my house be sold tomorrow?

PRESENT PERFECT ( PASSIVE )

Passive Sentence is made when we think that the doer is    considered not so important.
PRESENT PERFECT TENSE

For Example  :     S +  have / has  + been + V3
1. My house has been painted well.
2. My frend has been hospitalized for a week.
3. Two cars have been parked here.
4. My bike has been stolen.

For Example  : S +  have / has + not + been + V3

1. My car has not been painted well.
2. Nanik has not been hospitalized for a week.
3. Two buses have not been parked here.
4. My car has  not been stolen.

For Example  : Have / has + S + been + V3?
1. Has my car been painted well?
2. Has Nanik been hospitalized for a week?
3. Have two buses been parked here?
4. Has my car been stolen?

PRESENT CONTINUES TENSE    ( PASSIVE )

Passive Sentence is made when we think that the doer is    considered not so important.

PRESENT CONTINUES TENSE :


For Example  :  S + am/is/are + being + V3

1. My bike is being repaired now.
2. The car is being pulled now.
3. Students are being taught now.
4. The house is being painted now.

For Example  :  S + am/is/are + not+ being + V3
1. My bike is not being repaired now.
2. The car is not being pulled now.
3. Students are not being taught now.
4. The house is not being painted now.

For Example  :  Am / Is / Are + S +  being + V3 ?
1. Is my bike being repaired now?
2. Is the car  being pulled now?
3. Are students being taught now?
4. Is the house being painted now?


PAST CONTINUES TENSE    ( PASSIVE )

Passive Sentence is made when we think that the doer is    considered not so important.

PAST CONTINUES TENSE :

For Example  :  S + was / were + being + V3

1. My bike was being repaired.
2. The car was being pulled.
3. Students were being taught.
4. The house was being painted.

For Example  :  S + was / were + not+ being + V3
1. My bike was not being repaired.
2. The car was not being pulled.
3. Students were not being taught.
4. The house was not being painted.

For Example  :  Was / were + S +  being + V3 ?
1. Was my bike being repaired ?
2. Was the car  being pulled ?
3. Were students being taught ?
4. Was the house being painted ?


MODAL AUXILIA
RY   ( PASSIVE )

For  Example :  S + Modal + be + V3
1. She may be taught English in her school.
2. They  should be supported to study harder.
3. He must be trained to speak English.
4. I will be given some assignment.
5. You can be punished if you smoke here.
6. The poor ought to be helped.

For  Example :  S + Modal + not + be + V3
1. She may not be taught English in her school.
2. They  should not be discouraged to study.
3. He must not be trained to speak Korean.
4. I will  not be given some money.
5. You can not be punished if you are honest.
6. The poor ought not to be forgotten.

For  Example : Modal + S + be + V3 ?
1. May she be taught English in her school?
2. Should they  be discouraged to study?
3. Must he be trained to speak Korean?
4. Will I be given some money?
5. Can he be punished if he is honest?
6. Ought the poor to be forgotten?

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