THE PASSIVE VOICE (the rules)2

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THE PASSIVE VOICE (the rules)2

مُساهمة  rafai في الجمعة 19 فبراير 2010 - 10:45









MUST HAVE + PAST
PARTICIPLE





A






***THE PASSIVE VOICE ***




















































PASSIVE VOICE

ACTIVE VOICE








Is / are + past participle




English is spoken
all over the world

Cars are made in that
factory.

A .The
present Simple:




People speak English all over the world.(sing)

They make cars at that factory. (plural))






Is
being / are being + past participle.



A new mosque is being built.

The streets are being repaired this..

The present continuous.


They are building a new mosque (singular)

They are repairing the streetsthis week.






Was / were + past participle




"Dubliners" was written
by James Joice.

100 cars were sold by
this company…

C. The past Simple.



James Joyce wrote "Dubliners" (singular

This company sold 100 cars last
month (plural)






Was being were being + past participle.




The house was
being painted.


The children were being carried by
the firemen

The past continuous.

They were painting the house.. (singular)

The firemen were carrying the children downstairs (plu)






Will be + past
participle



A speech will be made by the Prime Minister tomorrow.



The
Future:


The Prime Minster will make a
speech tomorrow






Is /are going to be + past participle


The alarm system is going to be
tested
tomorrow.

The letters are going to be
posted
by Susan this...

The going to form

They are going to test the
alarm system tomorrow.(sing)

Nancy is going to post the letters this
afternoon. (plural).






Has been/have been+ past participle






My temperature has
just been taken
by Dr. Sabri.


These books have
been left
by a careless student in the classroom.


The present
perfect




Dr Sabri has
just taken
my temperature. (sing)


A careless
student has left these booksthe classroom.(plural)







Had been + past participle


Their house had been broken into while they
were on vacation.

The past perfect

Someone had broken into their house
while they were on vacation.
















































PASSIVE VOICE

ACTIVE VOICE






CAN BE + PAST PARTICIPLE


They can be stopped for speeding.

CAN

°They can
stop them for speeding






SHOULD BE + PAST PARTICIPLE


Tony Grey should be arrested by the
police.

SHOULD

The police should arrest Tony Grey.






OUGHT TO BE + PAST PARTICIPLE


I ought to be helped with the dishes.

OUGHT TO

Someone ought to help me with the dishes.






HAVE TO BE + PAST PARTICIPLE


You have to be surprised by the gift.





HAVE TO

The gift has to surprise you.






MUST BE+ PAST PARTICIPLE.


All the exercises must be done by the
students.

MUST

The students must do all the exercises.






HAD BETTER BE + PAST PARTICIPLE


The air pressure in your tires had better be checked.

HAD BETTER

You had better check the air pressure in
your tires.






IS/ ARE SUPPOSED TO BE +
PAST PARTICIPLE.



The document is supposed to be types by
me.

BE SUPPOSED TO



I
am supposed to type the document.(sing)




ll the food must have
been eaten



rafai

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