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Basics OF English Language

The places of subject and object in sentence are inter-changed in passive voice.
3rd form of verb (past participle) will be used only (as main verb) in passive voice.

Main Page of Grammar

Auxiliary verbs for each tense are given below in the table.

Active and Passive Voice
• Active and Passive Voice

Present Simple Tense (passive Voice)

• Passive Voice for TENSES

Auxiliary verb in passive voice: am/is/are

• Passive Voice for MODALS

Active voice:

Passive voice:

He sings a song.

A song is sung by him.

He does not sing a song.Does he sing a A song is not sung by him.
song?





Is a song sung by him?

Passive Voice for Imperative
Sentences
Sentence

which

can't

be

changed into Passive

Grammar
•Articles "a/an and the"
Present Continuous Tense (passive Voice)
Auxiliary verb in passive voice: am being/is being/are being

•Sentence
•Subject, Predicate, Object

Active voice:

Passive voice:

•Kinds of Sentences

I am writing a letter

A letter is being written by me.

•Phrase and Clause

I am not writing a letter.

A letter is not being written by me.

•Clause

Am I writing a letter?

Is a letter being written by me?

•Types of Clauses
•Types of Subordinate Clause

Present Perfect Tense (passive Voice)
Auxiliary verb in passive voice: has been/have been
Active voice:

Passive voice:

She has finished his work

Her work has been finished by her.

She has not finished her work.

Her work has not been finished by her.

Has she finished her work?

Has her work been finished by her?

•Phrase
•Types of Phrase
•Kinds of Sentences (form)

Parts of Speech
• Noun
• Verb
• Adjective
• Adverb

Past Simple Tense (passive Voice)
Auxiliary verb in passive voice: was/were

• Pronoun
• Preposition

Active voice:

Passive voice:

• Conjunction

I killed a snake

A snake was killed by me.

• Interjection

I did not kill a snake.

A snake was not killed by me.

Tenses

Did I kill a snake?

Was a snake killed by me?

• Tenses
• Present Simple Tense

Past Continuous Tense (Passive Voice)
Auxiliary verb in passive voice: was being/were being
Active voice:

Passive voice:

He was driving a car.

A car was being driven by him.

He was not driving a car.

A car was not being driven by him.

Was he driving a car?

Was a car being driven by him?

• Present Continuous Tense
• Present Perfect Tense


Present

Perfect

Continuous

Tense

• Past Simple Tense
• Past Continuous Tense
• Past Perfect Tense
• Past Perfect Continuous

Past Perfect Tense (Passive Voice)
Auxiliary verb in passive voice: had been

• Future Simple Tense
• Future Continuous Tense

Passive voice:

• Future Perfect Tense

Active voice:

The assignment had been completed by

• Future Perfect Continuous

They had completed the assignment.

them.

Direct and Indired

They

had

not

assignment.

completed

the The assignment had not been complete by
them.

Had they completed the assignment? Had the assignment been completed by

Narration
• Direct and Indirect Speech
• Indirect Speech for TENSE

them?

Future Simple Tense (Passive Voice)
Auxiliary verb in passive voice: will be
Active voice:

Passive voice:

She will buy a car.

A car will be bought by her.

Indirect

Speech

for

Interrogative Sentences

• Indirect Speech for MODALS
Indirect

Speech

for

• Exclamatory and Imperative
Sentences

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She will not buy a car.

A car will not be bought by her.

Will she buy a car?

Will a car be bought by her?



Change in Pronoun and Time
in Indirect Speech

Future Perfect Tense (passive Voice)
Auxiliary verb in passive voice: will have been
Active voice:

Passive voice:

You will have started the job.

The job will have been started by you.

You will have not started the job.

The job will not have been started by you.

Will you have started the job?

Will the job have been started by you?

Note: The following tenses cannot be changed into passive voice.
1. Present perfect continuous tense
2. Past perfect continuous tense
3. Future continuous tense
4. Future perfect continuous tense
5. Sentence having Intransitive verbs

Fundamental Rules
The places of subject and object in sentence are inter-changed in passive voice.
3rd form of verb (past participle) will be used only (as main verb) in passive voice.
Auxiliary verbs for each tense are given below in the table.

Click on the following links to study each aspect of active and passive voice.
Active and Passive Voice
Passive voice for all TENSES - Rules, use of auxiliary verbs and examples.
Passive voice for Present Modals like “CAN, MAY, MIGHT, SHOULD, MUST,
and Past Modals like “MAY HAVE, MIGHT HAVE, SHOULD HAVE,

OUGHT TO”

MUST HAVE, OUGHT

TO HAVE”
Passive voice of imperative sentences (command and request)
Sentences which cannot be changed into passive voice – Intransitive verbs.

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