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Passive Voice Present. My mother does the laundry on Saturdays. The laundry. is. done. on Saturdays. Passive Voice Present. Her husband cooks breakfast on Sunday. is. cooked. Breakfast. by her husband on Sunday. Passive Voice Present. John Vacuums the whole house. The whole house .

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Passive Voice Present

My mother does the laundry on Saturdays.

The laundry

is

done

on Saturdays.

slide2

Passive Voice Present

Her husband cooks breakfast on Sunday.

is

cooked

Breakfast

by her husband on Sunday.

slide3

Passive Voice Present

John Vacuums the whole house.

The whole house

is

vacuumed

by John

slide4

Passive Voice Present

Grandpa does the dishes after dinner.

The dishes

are

done

after dinner.

slide5

Passive Voice Present

Sandy mops the floors everyday.

The floors

are

mopped

everyday.

slide6

Passive Voice Past

Graham Bell invented the telephone.

The telephone

was

invented

by Graham Bell.

slide7

Passive Voice Past

Luckily Michael found my keys.

Luckily, my keys

were

found

slide8

Passive Voice Past

A mean dog bit my cousin!

My cousin

was

bitten

by a mean dog!

slide9

Passive Voice Past

A soccer ball broke the front window.

The front window

was

broken

yesterday.

slide10

Passive Voice Past

Shakespeare wrote Romeo and Juliet.

Romeo and Juliet

was

written

by Shakespeare.

slide11

Passive Voice Present Continuous

They are building a dog house.

A dog house

is being

built.

slide12

Passive Voice Present Continuous

Dad is making the bed.

The bed

is being

made.

slide13

Passive Voice Present Continuous

The plant is swallowing the man.

The man

is being

swallowed.

slide14

Passive Voice Present Continuous

The girl is kissing the boy.

The boy

is being

kissed.

slide15

Passive Voice Present Continuous

She’s tucking the boys to bed.

The boys

are being

tucked

to bed.

slide16

Passive Voice Present Perfect

The rascal has broken the window.

The window

has been

broken.

slide17

Passive Voice Present Perfect

Somebody has stabbed a man.

A man

has been

stabbed.

slide18

Passive Voice Present Perfect

He has found many bees.

Many bees

have been

found.

slide19

Passive Voice Present Perfect

The boy has bathed his dog.

His dog

has been

bathed.

slide20

Passive Voice Present Perfect

He has captured some fish.

Some fish

have been

captured.

slide21

Passive Voice Past Perfect.

Before the rescue team arrived, the overflow of the river had carried away ten homes.

Ten homes

had been

carried

away

by the overflow of the river before the rescue team arrived.

slide22

Passive Voice Past Perfect.

Before the trial took place , somebody had murdered the main witness in a death penalty appeal.

The main witness in a death penalty appeal

had been

murdered

before

the trial took place.

slide23

Passive Voice Past Perfect.

When I got home last night, I found that somebody had broken into my house and I needed to wait for the police.

My house

had been

broken

into

before I got home last night and I needed to wait for the police.

slide24

Passive Voice Past Perfect.

When Tom was getting ready to drive to work, he found that somebody had taken all four tires from his car.

All four tires

had been

taken

from his car.

slide25

Passive Voice “Going to”.

We are going to prosecute all criminals.

All criminals

are going to be

prosecuted.

slide26

Passive Voice “Going to”.

New Zealand is going to permanently ban smoking in public places.

Smoking in public places

is going to be

banned

permanently in New Zealand.