Sunday , 21 January 2018

Active and Passive Voice - Present Tense


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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:

Active voice

Passive voice

He polishes his shoes.

His shoes are polished by him.

You wear a new shirt.

A new shirt is worn by you.

She reads the book.

The book is read by her

 

Present continuous tense:

Always use past participle (3rd form of verb).

(By) is used as preposition

Helping verbs (is being, am being, are being)

Examples:

Active voice

Passive voice

He is polishing his shoes.

His shoes are being polished by him.

You are wearing a new shirt.

A new shirt is being worn by you.

She is reading the book.

The book is being read by her

 

Present perfect tense:

Always use past participle (3rd form of verb).

(By) is used as preposition

Helping verbs (has, have)

Examples:                        

Active voice

Passive voice

He has done the work.

The work has been done by him.

Masons have built the wall.

The wall has been built by the masons.

Mother has taken tea.

Tea has been taken by mother.