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THE PASSIVE (TOP MARKS 1º BACHILLERATO p. 94-127-8) Burlington Books
THE PASSIVE: Active: The USA won the space race. Passive: The space race was won by the USA CHANGES: activepassive DIRECT OBJECTSUBJECT VERB ACTIVEVERB PASSIVE (TO BE + PARTICIPLE) SUBJECTAGENT (BY) Somebody has made a great discovery. A great discovery has been made
THE PASSIVE. Active: The scientist explained the theory to the students. Passive: The theory was explained to the students by the scientist. The students were explained the theory by the scientist. Active: We will give Peter a present at the party. Passive : Peter will be given a present at the party. Active: He showed them the results of the experiments. Passive: They were shown the results of the experiment.
THE PASSIVE. TENSEACTIVEPASSIVE PRESENT SIMPLESTUDIESARE STUDIED PAST SIMPLESTUDIEDWAS/WERE STUDIED FUTURE SIMPLEWILL STUDYWILL BE STUDIED MODALSSHOULD STUDYSHOULD BE STUDIED PRESENT CONTINUOUS IS STUDYINGARE BEING STUDIED PAST CONTINUOUSWAS STUDYINGWAS BEING STUDIED PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE HAS STUDIEDHAS BEEN STUDIED PAST PERFECT SIMPLE HAD STUDIEDHAD BEEN STUDIED MODAL PERFECTSMUST HAVE STUDIEDMUST HAVE BEEN STUDIED HAVE TOHAVE TO STUDYHAVE TO BE STUDIED BE GOING TOIS GOING TO STUDYIS GOING TO BE STUDIED
THE PASSIVE. HAVE / GET + SOMETHING + DONE I am going to have /get my hair cut have / get something done My watch broke, so I had it repaired yesterday. (se me estropeó el reloj, así que lo hice arreglar ayer) You should have your eyes checked every year. (deberías revisarte la vista todos los años) The writer had his book published. (El escritor publicó su libro)
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