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Passive + Present Perfect developed by 4V3L1N0. Shakespeare wrote ‘Hamlet’. They grow oranges in California. You can’t wash this dress.. ‘Hamlet’ was written by Shakespeare. Oranges are grown in California. This dress can’t be washed. Remember!. 4V3L1N0. With the Simple Past we use:

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Passive present perfect developed by 4v3l1n0

Passive + Present Perfectdeveloped by 4V3L1N0


Remember

Shakespeare wrote ‘Hamlet’.

They grow oranges in California.

You can’t wash this dress.

‘Hamlet’ was written by Shakespeare.

Oranges are grown in California.

This dress can’t be washed.

Remember!

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Remember1

With the Simple Past we use:

Shakespeare wrote ‘Hamlet’.

wrote

WiththeSimplePastpassiveweuse:

‘Hamlet’ was written by Shakespeare.

was written

Remember!

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Remember2

With the simple present we use:

They grow oranges in California.

grow

With the simple present passive we use:

Oranges are grown in California.

are grown

Remember!

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Remember3

After a Modal Verb we use:

You can’t wash that dress.

can’twash

After a Modal Verb + passive we use:

This dress can’t be washed.

can’t be washed

Remember!

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Present perfect passive

Present perfect passive

  • When we use the passive voice with a present perfect tense, we must use two participles together:

  • He has already finished the painting.

  • The painting has already beenfinished.

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Present perfect passive1

Present perfect passive

Two participles together:

  • hasfinished

  • hasbeen finished.

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Present perfect passive2

Present perfect passive

  • They have invited Joey to the party.

  • Joey has been invited to the party.

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Present perfect passive3

Present perfect passive

  • They have just robbed Peter.

  • Peter has just been robbed.

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Present perfect passive4

Present perfect passive

  • They have repaired the road.

  • The road has been repaired.

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