Presentation on theme: "Passive Voice Present My mother does the laundry on Saturdays. The laundryisdoneon Saturdays."— Presentation transcript:
Passive Voice Present My mother does the laundry on Saturdays. The laundryisdoneon Saturdays.
Passive Voice Present Her husband cooks breakfast on Sunday. Breakfastiscookedby her husband on Sunday.
Passive Voice Present John Vacuums the whole house. The whole houseisvacuumedby John
Passive Voice Present Grandpa does the dishes after dinner. The dishesaredoneafter dinner.
Passive Voice Present Sandy mops the floors everyday. The floorsaremoppedeveryday.
Passive Voice Past Graham Bell invented the telephone. The telephonewasinventedby Graham Bell.
Passive Voice Past Luckily Michael found my keys. Luckily, my keyswerefound
Passive Voice Past A mean dog bit my cousin! My cousinwasbittenby a mean dog!
Passive Voice Past A soccer ball broke the front window. The front windowwasbrokenyesterday.
Passive Voice Past Shakespeare wrote Romeo and Juliet. Romeo and Julietwaswrittenby Shakespeare.
Passive Voice Present Continuous They are building a dog house. A dog houseis beingbuilt.
Passive Voice Present Continuous Dad is making the bed. The bedis beingmade.
Passive Voice Present Continuous The plant is swallowing the man. The manis beingswallowed.
Passive Voice Present Continuous The girl is kissing the boy. The boyis beingkissed.
Passive Voice Present Continuous She’s tucking the boys to bed. The boysare beingtucked to bed.
Passive Voice Present Perfect The rascal has broken the window. The windowhas been broken.
Passive Voice Present Perfect Somebody has stabbed a man. A manhas been stabbed.
Passive Voice Present Perfect He has found many bees. Many beeshave been found.
Passive Voice Present Perfect The boy has bathed his dog. His doghas beenbathed.
Passive Voice Present Perfect He has captured some fish. Some fishhave been captured.
Passive Voice Past Perfect. Before the rescue team arrived, the overflow of the river had carried away ten homes. Ten homeshad beencarriedaway by the overflow of the river before the rescue team arrived.
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 beenmurderedbefore the trial took place.
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 househad beenbrokeninto before I got home last night and I needed to wait for the police.
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 tireshad beentakenfrom his car.
Passive Voice “Going to”. We are going to prosecute all criminals. All criminalsare going to beprosecuted.
Passive Voice “Going to”. New Zealand is going to permanently ban smoking in public places. Smoking in public places is going to be bannedpermanently in New Zealand.