Sunday , 21 January 2018

Active Voice Passive Voice

Active Voice Passive Voice

In this category you will get definitions, rules of conversion, helping material, lessons, lectures and quizzes of Active and passive voice in all tenses. You will get detailed guidelines, helping material and practices of converting a sentence from active voice and passive voice. The category includes the conversion of voice in all tenses, assertive sentences and wh questions.

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List of Lessons
1 Active and Passive Voice
2 Active and Passive Voice - Present Tense
3 Active and Passive Voice - Past Tense
4 Active and Passive Voice - Future Tense
5 Active Voice & Passive Voice (Negative and Interrogative Sentences)
6 Active and Passive Voice - Assertive sentences
  • Active and Passive Voice

    Active and Passive Voice

    Active and Passive Voice In academic writings two types of voices are include depending upon the requirement of sentence. The sentence is either an active voice or passive voice. However more often active voices are is used because of its hold and grasp. Active Voice: When t

    Active and Passive Voice In academic writings two types of voices are include depending upon the requirement of sentence. The sentence is either an active voice or passive voice. However more often active voices are is used because of its hold and grasp. Active Voice: When t

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  • Active and Passive Voice - Present Tense

    Active and Passive Voice - Present Tense

    Present indefinite tense: Always use past participle (3rd form of verb). (By) is used as preposition Helping verbs (is, am, are) Examples:

    Present indefinite tense: Always use past participle (3rd form of verb). (By) is used as preposition Helping verbs (is, am, are) Examples: Read more

  • Active and Passive Voice - Past Tense

    Active and Passive Voice - Past Tense

    Past  indefinite tense: Always use past participle (3rd form of verb). (By) is used as preposition Helping verbs (was, were) Examples:

    Past  indefinite tense: Always use past participle (3rd form of verb). (By) is used as preposition Helping verbs (was, were) Examples: Read more

  • Active and Passive Voice - Future Tense

    Active and Passive Voice - Future Tense

    Future indefinite tense: Always use past participle (3rd form of verb). (By) is used as preposition Helping verbs (will be, shall be) Examples:

    Future indefinite tense: Always use past participle (3rd form of verb). (By) is used as preposition Helping verbs (will be, shall be) Examples: Read more

  • Active Voice & Passive Voice (Negative and Interrogative Sentences)

    Active Voice & Passive Voice (Negative and Interrogative Sentences)

    Active and Passive Voice (Negative and interrogative sentences) Present indefinite tense (negative and interrogative sentences): Always use past participle (3rd form of verb). (By) is used as preposition Helping verbs (is, am,

    Active and Passive Voice (Negative and interrogative sentences) Present indefinite tense (negative and interrogative sentences): Always use past participle (3rd form of verb). (By) is used as preposition Helping verbs (is, am,

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  • Active and Passive Voice - Assertive sentences

    Active and Passive Voice - Assertive sentences

    Imperative sentence: Use “let” in start of the sentence Past particle Appropriate helping verb “be” is used as the preposition Examples: <

    Imperative sentence: Use “let” in start of the sentence Past particle Appropriate helping verb “be” is used as the preposition Examples: <

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