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Passive Voice. Passive Voice. This will affect you if the problem continues. You will be affected (by this) if the problem continues. In the active voice , the object receives the action of the verb: This problem is affecting >> you .

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Passive Voice
  • This will affect you if the problem continues.
  • You willbeaffected (by this) if the problem continues.
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In the active voice, the object receives the action of the verb:

This problem is affecting >> you.

In the passive voice, the subject receives the action of the verb:

You << are being affected by this problem.

passive voice steps
Passive Voice - STEPS

Theywill servesnacks and drinks.

1. Move the direct object to the subject of the sentence.

Snacks and drinks

2. Check the verb tense; use the verb "be" in the same tense.

Snacks and drinks will be

3. Change the verb into a past participle; put this verb after the form of “be”.

Snacks and drinks will be served(by them).

present progressive passive
Present Progressive Passive

He isn’tdoinghis homework.

1. Move the direct object to the subject of the sentence.

His homework

2. Check the verb tense; use the verb "be" in the same tense.

His homeworkisn’t being

3. Change the verb into a past participle; put this verb after the form of “be”.

His homeworkisn’t beingdone(by him).

present perfect passive
Present Perfect Passive

He has boughtred flowers.

1.Red flowers

2. have been

3.bought

4. (by him)

Red flowers have been bought(by him).

future passive
Future Passive

The boy willfinishthe picturetomorrow.

1. The picture

2. will be

3. finished

4. (by the boy)

5. tomorrow.

The picturewill befinished by the boy tomorrow.

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You have just learnedPassive Voice!!!

1. Passive voice

2. has just been

3. learned

Passive Voicehas just beenlearned

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