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2 What Is Active-Passive Voice? by Mrs. Woranan Puengkam Nawaminthrachinuthit Satriwitthaya Phutthamonthon School

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5 Which Is Subject or Verb? Conclusion Test Yourself I What Is Active Voice? What Is Passive Voice? Test Yourself II Exit References

6 1.Those boys play football every day.Those boysplay 2.Mother will cook dinner for us.Motherwill cook 3.The worker has finished his work.The workerhas finished 4.We are studying English.Weare studying 5.The fisherman caught a lot of fish yesterday.The fishermancaught Exit

7 + + Thai people eat rice every day. Active Voice Exit

8 Passive Voice Active Voice Exit

9 Nobody is allowed to smoke. Exit

10 This house was made of bricks. Exit

11 This car can be parked in small places. Exit

12 It has been left here for three days. 3 Exit

13 The food is being cooked on the stove. Exit

14 Passive Voice Exit

15 Passive Voice verb to be + v.3 Tense Active Voice Passive Voice Exit

16 Active Voice Active Voice Passive Voice Passive Voice Exit

17 My bike was stolen. Passive Voice Active Voice A mistake was made. Exit

18 Click a for active voice. Click p for passive voice. 1.The company imports Toyota cars from Japan. 2.Toyota cars are imported (by the company) from Japan. 3. Many people read Harry Potter books all over the world. 4. Harry Potter books are read (by many people) all over the world. 5. My mother is cooking food on the stove. 6. Food is being cooked (by my mother) on the stove. 7. Someone has left that dog here since last week. 8. That dog has been left (by someone) here since last week. 9. They will hold a seminar here next week. 10. A seminar will be held (by them) here next week. ap ap ap ap ap ap ap ap ap ap Exit

19 Passive Voice Active Voice verb to be verb to be Tense past participle) 3 (past participle) by Active ( ) by ( by + object ) Exit

20 S. by someone. O. V. be + V Exit

21 Click a for active voice. Click p for passive voice. 1.Rice is grown in Thailand. 2.Dynamite was invented in Sweden. 3. Jane took the dog to the park this morning. 4. Those small cars can be parked there. 5. My mother is cooking food on the stove. 6. She has cleaned the house. 7. Pineapple is being put into cans in the factory. 8. Aung San has been jailed for a long time. 9. Where are pandas found? 10. The first Oscar was given in ap ap ap ap ap ap ap ap ap ap Exit

22 Active Voice Passive Voice Exit

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27 Very good Very good.

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29 References About.com. (n.d.). English as 2nd Language. [online]. Available : (Access date : December 19, 2007). Araminata Crace and Robin Wileman. (2002). Language to Go (Intermediate). Madrid: Mateu Cromo. Betty Schrampfer Azar. (2000). Understanding and Using English Grammar. New York: Pearson Education,. EC. (n.d.). Learn English. 'If' - How to use the First Conditional. [online]. Available : first-conditional (Access date : July 19, 2009). Easy English.(n.d.). [online]. Available : lesson.asp?if.txt (Access date : December 19, 2007). Englisch-hilfen.de. (n.d.). Learning English Online. [online]. Available : index.php (Access date : December 19, 2007). ESL. (n.d.). An Intermediate ESL Site for Reference and Practice. [online]. Available : 15/ (Access date : January 19, 2008). Exit

30 References Helen Naylor and Raymond Murphy. (1996). Essential Grammar in Use Supplementary Exercises. Melbourne : Cambridge University Press. Herbert Puchta and Jeff Stranks. (2005). English in Mind Students Book 2. New York : Cambridge University Press. Jack C. Richards, et.al. (2005). Interchange Workbook 2. New York: Cambridge University Press. ______.(2005). Interchange Book 2. New York : Cambridge University Press. Jean Malmstrom and Janice Lee. (1971). Teaching English Linguistically. New York : Meredith Corporation. Jennifer Seidl. (1996). Grammar Two. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ______. (1996). Grammar Four. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Joeleonharts Webbog. (n.d.). To Learn and to Share. [online]. Available : wishwould-rathersupposewhat-ifif-only / (Access date : July 19, 2009). Lisnaree Vichitsorasatra. (2009). Dress Down Girl. Daily Xpress. [online]. Available:http://xpress.nationmultimedia.com/2009/01/20/lifestyle/ lifestyle_5365.php/ (Access date : July 19, 2009). Exit

31 Lert Kesorncam. (1997). Standard Grammar & Expression 5. 3rd Edition. Bangkok : Wattana Panich. Louise Hashemi and Raymond Murphy. (1995). English Grammar in Use Supplementary Exercises. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Manuel dos Santos. (2008). My World Book 4. Bangkok: Thai Wattana Panich. ______. (2008). My World Workbook 4. Bangkok: Thai Wattana Panich. Michael Swan and Catherine Walter. (1998). How English Works. A Grammar Practice Book with Answers. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Nonstop English. (n.d.). Unique Educational Tool for ESL/EFL Learning and Teaching [online]. Available : nonstopenglish.com. (Access date : December 10, 2007). Raymond Murphy. (1997). Essential Grammar in Use. Melbourne : Cambridge University Press. _____. (2004). English Grammar in Use. New York: Cambridge University Press. References Exit

32 Raymond Murphy and William R. Salzer.(2000). Grammar in Use Intermediate. New York: Cambridge University Press. Roger Woodham.(n.d.). BBC World Service. Learning English. [online]. Available : grammar/learnit/learnitv223.html. (Access date : July 19, 2009). Virginia Evan and Jenny Dooley. (2009). Upstream Students Book 4. Bangkok: Aksorncharoentas. ______. (2009). Upstream Students Book 5. Bangkok : Aksorncharoentas WordReference.com. Language Forums. [online]. Available : (Access date : July 19, 2009). References Exit

33 References About.com. (n.d.). English as 2nd Language. [online]. Available : (Access date : December 19, 2007). Araminata Crace and Robin Wileman. (2002). Language to Go (Intermediate). Madrid: Mateu Cromo. Betty Schrampfer Azar. (2000). Understanding and Using English Grammar. New York: Pearson Education,. EC. (n.d.). Learn English. 'If' - How to use the First Conditional. [online]. Available : first-conditional (Access date : July 19, 2009). Easy English.(n.d.). [online]. Available : lesson.asp?if.txt (Access date : December 19, 2007). Englisch-hilfen.de. (n.d.). Learning English Online. [online]. Available : index.php (Access date : December 19, 2007). ESL. (n.d.). An Intermediate ESL Site for Reference and Practice. [online]. Available : 15/ (Access date : January 19, 2008).

34 References Helen Naylor and Raymond Murphy. (1996). Essential Grammar in Use Supplementary Exercises. Melbourne : Cambridge University Press. Herbert Puchta and Jeff Stranks. (2005). English in Mind Students Book 2. New York : Cambridge University Press. Jack C. Richards, et.al. (2005). Interchange Workbook 2. New York: Cambridge University Press. Jack C. Richards, et.al.(2005). Interchange Book 2. New York : Cambridge University Press. Jean Malmstrom and Janice Lee. (1971). Teaching English Linguistically. New York : Meredith Corporation. Jennifer Seidl. (1996). Grammar Two. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Jennifer Seidl. (1996). Grammar Four. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Joeleonharts Webbog. (n.d.). To Learn and to Share. [online]. Available : wishwould-rathersupposewhat-ifif-only / (Access date : July 19, 2009). Lisnaree Vichitsorasatra. (2009). Dress Down Girl. Daily Xpress. [online]. Available : lifestyle_5365.php/ (Access date : July 19, 2009).

35 Lert Kesorncam. (1997). Standard Grammar & Expression 5. 3rd Edition. Bangkok : Wattana Panich. Louise Hashemi and Raymond Murphy. (1995). English Grammar in Use Supplementary Exercises. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Manuel dos Santos. (2008). My World Book 4. Bangkok: Thai Wattana Panich. Manuel dos Santos. (2008). My World Workbook 4. Bangkok: Thai Wattana Panich. Michael Swan and Catherine Walter. (1998). How English Works. A Grammar Practice Book with Answers. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Nonstop English. (n.d.). Unique Educational Tool for ESL/EFL Learning and Teaching [online]. Available : nonstopenglish.com. (Access date : December 10, 2007). Raymond Murphy. (1997). Essential Grammar in Use. Melbourne : Cambridge University Press. References

36 Raymond Murphy and William R. Salzer.(2000). Grammar in Use Intermediate. New York: Cambridge University Press. Raymond Murphy. (2004). English Grammar in Use. New York: Cambridge University Press. Roger Woodham.(n.d.). BBC World Service. Learning English. [online]. Available : grammar/learnit/learnitv223.html. (Access date : July 19, 2009). Virginia Evan and Jenny Dooley. (2009). Upstream Students Book 4. Bangkok: Aksorncharoentas. Virginia Evan and Jenny Dooley. (2009). Upstream Students Book 5. Bangkok : Aksorncharoentas WordReference.com. Language Forums. [online]. Available : (Access date : July 19, 2009). References Exit


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