Friday, November 29, 2013

Special passive Structures pdf

Special passive Structures
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Special passive Structures pdf

Special passive structures


Special passive structures

"the use of 'let'."
• we use 'let' when we chang imperative sentence into the passive.
•After 'let' the object is placed in the sentence.
•Then 'be' and '3rd form of the verb is used.

special passive structures examples


Active:Open the door.
Passive:let the door be opened.
Active :Listen to the music.
Passive:let the music be listened.
Exercise

•Turn on the lights.
•Read this book.
•Listen to the news.
•Paint the door.
•write an essay.
•Do not make a noise.
•Do not hurt him.
•Do not waste time.
•The passive occurs only with verbs used transitively ,that is ,verbs that can be followed by an object.

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

English grammar tenses


English grammar tenses

Here we focus on ;
Present indefinite tense
Simple past tense
Simple future tense
Present continous tense
Past continuous tense
Present perfect tense
Past perfect tense
Future perfect tense
Imperative sentences

PASSIVE VOICE FOR ALL TENSES
Present indefinite tense simple past tense simple future tense present continuous tense
Apples are given her by me. You were waited for by him in rain. This cloth will be torn by him Akite is being flown by Noshi.
Oranges are liked by Sheena. You were felt very sorry by me Law will be practised by my brother Meat is being sold at dear price by the butchers.
You are invited by me. Huqqa was smoked daily by you. Any student won't be punished by our teacher. Her job is being lost by Goshi.

English grammar tenses


PASSIVE FOR ALL TENSES
Past continuous tense Present perfect tense Past perfect tense Future perfect tense Imperative sentences
She was being astonished by him. Two cups of tea have been drunk by me. The net had been spread this evening by the hunter. A new book will have been published by me. Let your book be lent to me.
The sums were being solved by the teacher. Three pairs of shoes have been got by him. Many coins had been collected by the child. A decisive Attack on them will have been packed by Sadia. Chess was being played by Zohaib.
Energy was being given to his body by food. Her car has been sold by Shazi last week. The window had been shut by Shaheen. The picnic will have been forgiven by me. A new house was bought by Joyia.

Monday, November 25, 2013

"Active and passive voice difference"


Active voice


In
Active voice
the subject of sentence performing the action.
The dog bit the boy.

Passive voice

In Passive voice
the subject of the sentence does not perform the action and is therefore Passive."Grammar denoting a voice of verbs in which the subject undergoes the action of the verb(e.g. they were killed as opposed to he killed them).the opposite of active."(oxforddictionaries) Passive voice

Friday, November 8, 2013

"What is reason for using the passive voice?"


Reason for using the Passive voice


We use the passive voice when the focus of the sentence is on the object instead of the subject when the subject of the sentence is general or unknown to the writer.
detail about passive voice more about passive

Monday, November 4, 2013

Passive in to Active English grammar rules


If you want to chang a passive-voice sentence to active voice ,find the agent in a "by the..." phrase, or consider carefully who or what is performing the action expressed in the verb.Make that agent the subject of the sentence,and change the verb accordingly .sometimes you will need to infer the agent from the surrounding sentences wich provide context.
Passive voice

the book is being read by most of the class.
       ↓    →    →    →    ↑

Results will be published in the next issue of the journal.
     ↓      →by?

 
Mistakes were made.
     ↓   →by?

Passive in to Active English grammar rules

"Changed to Active voice" Agent
Most of the class is reading the book Most of the class
The researchers will publish their results in the next issue of the journal. Agent not specified;most likely agents such as "the researchers"
We made mistakes. Agent not specified ;most likely agents such as 'we'

Saturday, November 2, 2013

English grammar transforming Active to passive for all tenses


English grammar transforming Active to passive for all tenses
Basic Rules:
changing Active in to passive

PASSIVE VOICE FOR ALL TENSES RULES

past participle

The places of subject and object in sentence are inter-changed in passive voice 3rd form of verb past participle will be used only (as main verb) in passive voice.

Present Simple Tense

passive Voice
supporting verb in passive voice: "am/is/are"

Active voice


1→"I write a book."
2→"He writes a book."
3→"She writes books."
4→"The father punishes me."

Passive voice


1→"A book is written by me."
2→"A book is written by him."
3→"books are written by her."
4→"I am punished by the father."

Present Continuous Tense


passive Voice


supporting verb in passive voice:" am being/is being/are being"
Active voice

1→"I m reciting The Holy Quran."
2→"We are doing our duty."
3→"You are polishing your shoes."
4→"He is carrying a bag."
5→"She is sweeping the room".
Passive voice
1→"The Holy Quran is being recited by me."
2→"Our duty is being done by us."
3→"Your shoes are being polished by you."
4→"A bag is being carried by him."
5→"The room is being swept by her".

Present Perfect Tense


Passive voice
supporting verb in passive voice : has been/have been
Active voice
1→"I spent mony."
2→"you have won the prize."
3→"You have changed your shoes."
4→"They have finished their work."
5→"He has reduced his demands."
Passive voice
1→"Money has beem spent by me."
2→"The prize has been won by you."
3→"Your shoes have been changed by you."
4→"Thir work has been finished by them."
5→"His demands have been reduced by her."

Past Simple Tense


supporting verb in passive voice : "was/were"
Active voice
1→"I wrote a letter."
2→"He wrote letters."
3→"The teacher did not punish Wasim."
4→"Did you eat mangoes?" Passive voice
1→"A letter was Written by me."
2→"Letters were written by him."
3→"Waseem was not punished by teacher."
4→"Were mangoes eaten by you?"

Past Continuous Tense


supporting verb in passive voice: was being/were being
Active voice
1→"i was reciting the Holy Quran."
2→"They were selecting apples."
3→"He was not taking a bath."
4→"was she sewing my shirt?"
5→"She was not speaking the truth."
Passive voice
1→"The Holy Quran was being recited by me."
2→"Apples were being selected by them."
3→"A bath was not being taking by him."
4→"was my shirt being sewn by her?"
5→"The truth was not being spoken by her."

Past Perfect Tense

supporting verb in passive voice : had been
Active voice
1→"She had lost a ticket."
2→"You had stolen my watch."
3→"Had i not spoken the truth?"
4→"A mad dog had not bitten him."
5→"Had they burnt those papers?."
Passive voice
1→"A ticket had been lost by her."
2→"My watch had been stolen by you."
3→"Had the truth not been spoken by me?"
4→"He had not been bitten by a mad dog."
5→"Had those papers been burnt by them?"

Future Simple Tense


supporting verb in passive voice : will be
Active voice
1→"I shall help them."
2→"He will cancel the paper."
3→"She will not type this letter"
4→"Will they laugh at us?"
5→"Shall we take tea?"
Passive voice
1→"They will be helped by me."
2→"The paper will be cancelled by him."
3→"This letter will not be typed by her"
4→"Shall we be laughed at by them?"
5→"will tea be taken by us?"

Future Perfect Tense

supporting verb in passive voice : will have be
Active voice
1→"I shall have won a prize."
2→"he will have finished that book."
3→"Will you have cheated us?"
4→"She will not have forgiven me."
5→"we shall not have beaten them."
Passive voice
1→"A prize will have been won by me."
2→"That book will have been finished by him."
3→"Shall we have been cheated by you?"
4→"I shall not have been forgiven by her."
5→"They will not have been beaten by us."
→ The following tenses cannot be changed into passive voice.
1→
Present perfect continuous tense

2→
Past perfect continuous tense

3→
Future continuous tense

4→
Future perfect continuous tense

5→
Sentence having Intransitive verbs

English grammar check passive persons


English grammar check passive persons


English grammar check passive persons table

First Person Second Person Third Person
1st person singular=I
1st person Plural= "We"
2nd person singular="You"
2nd person Plural= "You"
3rd person singular="He,She,It,Name"
3rd person Plural= "They"
"I am going to school"
"we are going to school"
"you(singular) are going to school"
"you(Plural) are going to school"
"He is going to school"
"She is going to school"
"They are going to school"
"it is going to school"

Friday, November 1, 2013

"Helping verbs different tenses use for passive voice"


detail for hepling verbs+ use + in different tenses for Passive voice.
Simple present tense → "is ,am,are"
Simple Past Tense →"was,were"
Simple Future Tense →"will be,shall be"
present progressive Tense →"is being,am being,are being"
Past progressive Tense →"was being,were being"
Future progressive Tense →"will being,shall being"
Present Perfect Tense →"have been,has been"
past perfect Tense →"had been"
Future perfect Tense> →"Shall have been,will have been"
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Helping verbs different tenses use for passive voice