passive voice

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PASSIVE VOICE - VOZ PASSIVA
É quando o objeto de uma oração direta passa a ser
sujeito de uma oração indireta.
Regra Geral:
Para passar uma oração para a voz passiva, coloca-se o
verbo to be no mesmo tempo verbal do verbo
principal da oração na ativa, que é necessariamente
passado para o particípio.
Simple Present
Am/ is/ are
Simple Past
was/ were
Future
will be
Present Continuous
is/ are being
Past Continuous
Was/ were being
Conditional
would/ may be
Present Perfect
Has/ have been
Past Perfect
Had been
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Rewrite the sentences in passive voice
1. He opens the door.
1. The door is opened by him
2. We set the table.
2. The table is set by us.
3. She pays a lot of money.
3. A lot of money is paid by her.
4. I draw a picture.
4. A picture is drawn by me.
5. They wear blue shoes.
5. Blue shoes are worn by them.
6. They don't help you.
6. You are not helped by them.
7. He doesn't open the book. 7. The book is not opened by him.
8. You do not write the letter. 8. The letter is not written by you.
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Complete the sentences (Active or Passive Voice). Use Simple Past.
1. They (visit) _____________ their granny.
2. We (visit) ____________ by our teacher.
3. My friend Paul (bear) _____________in Dallas.
4. She (go) ____________to school in Boston.
5. Antony (grow up) ______________in the country.
6. The new shopping centre (build)_________last year.
7. The film (produce / not)______________in Hollywood.
8. Barbara (know) ________________ James very well.
9. The jewels (hide / not) ___________ in the cellar.
10. We (spend / not) _____________all day on the beach.
1. They visited their granny.
2. We were visited by our teacher.
3. My friend Paul was born in Dallas.
4. She went to school in Boston.
5. Antony grew up in the country.
6. The new shopping centre was built last year.
7. The film was not produced in Hollywood.
8. Barbara knew James very well.
9. The jewels were not hidden in the cellar.
10. We did not spend all day on the beach
1. I can answer the question. 2. She would carry the box. -
3. You should open the window. 4. We might play cards. 5. You ought to wash the car. 6. He must fill in the form. 7. They need not buy bread. 8. He could not read the sentence. -
1. I can answer the question. - The question can be
answered by me.
2. She would carry the box. - The box would be carried by
her.
3. You should open the window. - The window should be
opened by you.
4. We might play cards. - Cards might be played by us.
5. You ought to wash the car. - The car ought to be
washed by you
6. He must fill in the form. - The form must be filled in by
him.
7. They need not buy bread. - Bread need not be bought
by them.
8. He could not read the sentence. - The sentence could
not be read by him.
1. Kerrie has paid the bill. –
2. I have eaten a hamburger. 3. We have cycled five miles. 4. I have opened the present. 5. They have not read the book. 6. You have not sent the parcel. 7. We have not agreed to this issue. 8. They have not caught the thieves. -
Kerrie has paid the bill. - The bill has been paid by Kerrie.
I have eaten a hamburger. - A hamburger has been eaten by me.
We have cycled five miles. - Five miles have been cycled by us.
I have opened the present. - The present has been opened by me.
They have not read the book. - The book has not been read by
them.
You have not sent the parcel. - The parcel has not been sent by you.
We have not agreed to this issue. - This issue has not been agreed
to by us.
They have not caught the thieves. - The thieves have not been
caught by them.
Has she phoned him? - Has he been phoned by her?
Have they noticed us? - Have we been noticed by them?
1. Jane will buy a new computer. –
2. Her boyfriend will install it. 3. Millions of people will visit the museum. 4. Our boss will sign the contract. -
5. You will not do it. 6. They will not show the new film. 7. He won't see Sue. 8. They will not ask him. -
Jane will buy a new computer. - A new computer will be
bought by Jane.
Her boyfriend will install it. - It will be installed by her
boyfriend.
Millions of people will visit the museum. - The museum will
be visited by millions of people.
Our boss will sign the contract. - The contract will be signed
by our boss.
You will not do it. - It will not be done by you.
They will not show the new film. - The new film will not be
shown by them.
He won't see Sue. - Sue will not be seen by him.
They will not ask him. - He will not be asked by them.
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