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PASSIVE VOICE. Thai passive. ผม ถูก หมา กัด โดน. Active VOICE. ask. PASSIVE VOICE. to be + V3. is asked. PAST PARTICIPLE ( verb 3 ). PAST:. PRESENT:. PAST PARTICIPLE:. eaten. ate. eat. give. gave. given. drive. driven. drove. passed. passed. pass. taken. took. take.

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thai passive
Thai passive

ผมถูกหมากัด

โดน

slide3

Active VOICE

ask

PASSIVE VOICE

to be + V3

is asked

past participle verb 3
PAST PARTICIPLE ( verb 3 )

PAST:

PRESENT:

PAST PARTICIPLE:

eaten

ate

eat

give

gave

given

drive

driven

drove

passed

passed

pass

taken

took

take

walk

walked

walked

to be
TO BE

present:

past:

Future

is

was

will be

he/she/it

were

are

will be

you/we/they

was

am

will be

I

slide6

Active VOICE

asked

PASSIVE VOICE

was asked

how do you form passive
How do you form passive?

First style:

TO BE + Past participle (verb 3)

He wasdriven to school.

He isdriven to school.

He will be driven to school.

They weredriven to school.

They aredriven to school.

are these sentences active or passive
Are these sentences active or passive?

The test is taken every Tuesday.

passive

James rides to school on a bus.

active

Frank was asked to join us.

passive

Susan had taken the early train.

active

passive

Football is played worldwide.

Peter was given his birthday present.

passive

are these sentences active or passive1
Are these sentences active or passive?

The computer was fixed yesterday.

passive

Peter had given her his money.

active

Mom baked a cake.

active

The test had taken a long time.

active

passive

The prize will be given to the winner.

The test is taking to long.

active

Continuous form is NOT passive form.

slide14

I made mistakes.

Mistakes weremade.

slide15

Verb 3 by itself does not act as the main verb of your sentence. This means you must have another verb in your sentence to complete the sentence.

The test isgiven on Tuesdays.

Subject

verb

The test given on Tuesdays

is easy.

verb

Subject

slide16

Verb 3 by itself does not act as the main verb of your sentence. This means you must have another verb in your sentence to complete the sentence.

The test isgiven on Tuesdays.

Subject

verb

The test given on Tuesdays

istaken by students.

verb

Subject

forming the passive voice
Forming the Passive Voice:

Second style:

Past participle (verb 3) + preposition … & main verb

is quite easy.

The test takenon Tuesdays

The plane flownby the pilot

is an Airbus 380.

The school builtby Brother Bancha

is named ABAC.

costs a lot of money.

The prize givento the winner

Warning: This form of passive voice with the missing ‘to be’ verb is not a sentence. Instead it is a phrase that serves as the subject or object of a sentence.

forming the passive voice1
Forming the Passive Voice:

Second style:

Past participle (verb 3) + preposition … & main verb

Everyone passes

the test takenon Tuesdays

Thai Airways owns

the plane flownby the pilot

the school builtby Brother Bancha

I teach at

the prize givento the winner

Everyone wanted

Warning: This form of passive voice with the missing ‘to be’ verb is not a sentence. Instead it is a phrase that serves as the subject or object of a sentence.

are these correct passive sentences
Are these correct passive sentences?

The house built by Martin is big.

Jane was taken home.

Billy will be taking the test tomorrow.

Alexander driven home from school.

Max told a tall tale.

Patrick was asked to attend.

Larry had baked a nice cake.

Jenny baked a nice cake.

Christy was told the bad news.

Bill beaten by Larry,gotsecond prize.

correct

correct

active

not correct

active

correct

active

active

correct

active

thai passive1
Thai passive

ผมถูกหมากัด

Iwas bitten bythe dog.

The English version requires a preposition to link to the object.

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