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Strona Bierna. Budowa i użycie. Stronę bierną tworzymy, używając odpowiedniej formy ‘be’ oraz formy ‘ past participle’ czasownika głównego. Strony biernej używamy, gdy czynność jest ważniejsza niż jej wykonawca, gdy nie wiemy, kto był wykonawcą lub jest to oczywiste.

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budowa i u ycie
Budowa i użycie

Stronę bierną tworzymy, używając odpowiedniej formy ‘be’ oraz formy ‘past participle’ czasownika głównego.

Strony biernej używamy, gdy czynność jest ważniejsza niż jej wykonawca, gdy nie wiemy, kto był wykonawcą lub jest to oczywiste.

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Utwórz stronę bierną

Past Simple:

1. They built a house.

  • A house was built.

2. The policemen helped the children.

  • The children were helped.

3. Somebody broke the window.

  • The window was broken.
present perfect
Present perfect

1. We have cleaned the car.

  • The car has been cleaned.

2. A robber has broken the window of the shop.

  • The window of the shop has been broken.

3. Someone has stolen my car.

  • My car has been stolen.
present simple
Present simple

1.Uncle takes Susan to hospital.

  • Susan is taken to hospital.

2. They build a new house.

  • A new house isbuilt.

3. John walks his dog.

  • The dog is walked.
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Will

1.They will do it soon.

  • It will be done soon.

2. He will deal with that problem.

  • That problem will be dealt with.

3. I will repeat your message to her.

  • Your message will be repeated to her.
present continous
Present continous

1. Mr Jones is watching the film.

  • The film is being watched.

2.They are building a new house.

  • A new house is being built.

3.They are eating apples.

  • The apples are being eaten.
going to
Going to

1.Emma is going to bake a cake

  • A cake is going to be baked.

2. Somebody is going to wash clothes.

  • Clothes are going to be washed.
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Wykonały

Wioleta Wsół

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