Active and Passive voice

Tenses. Conjugation. Simple present. Past continuous. Present perfect. Future modals. Past modals # Gramática inglesa. Verbos. Tiempos verbales. Conjugación

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THE PASSIVE VOICE

COJUGATION

Verb tense

Active voice

Passive voice

Present infinitive

Perfect infinitive

Present participle/Gerund

Past participle

Simple present

Simple past

Simple future

Future intensive

Present continuous/progressive

Past continuous/progressive

Present perfect

Past perfect

Future perfect

To give

To have given

Giving

Given

Give/gives

Gave

Will give

Am/are/is going to give

Am/are/is giving

Was/were giving

Have/has given

Had given

Will have given

To be given

To have been given

Being given

Been given

Am/are/is given

Was/were given

Will be given

Am/are/is going to be given

Am/are/is being given

Was/were being given

Have/has been given

Had been given

Will have been given

Tense

Active voice

Passive voice

SIMPLE

PRESENT

We store butter in the fridge.

Butter is stored in the fridge.

SIMPLE PAST

Some body stole my watch.

My watch was stolen.

SIMPLE

FUTURE

I will send a letter to him.

A letter will be sent to him.

He will be sent a letter.

FUTURE INTENSIVE

We are going to bring up that point.

Someone is going to warn her.

That point is going to be brought up.

She is going to be warned.

PRESENT

CONTINUOUS/

PROGRESSIVE

They are repairing the roof.

He is feeding the baby.

The roof is being repaired.

The baby is being fed.

PAST

CONTINUOUS/

PROGRESSIVE

Her fans were cheering her.

She was being cheered by her fans.

PRESENT

PERFECT

Someone has given him a dog.

A dog has been given to him.

He has been given a dog.

PAST PERFECT

She had spent hours planning this party.

Hours had been spent planning this party.

FUTURE

PERFECT

We will have cleared things up by ten.

Things will have been cleared up by ten.

Use:

Active voice: the fellow makes the action.

Passive voice: the fellow suffers the action, is subjected to her or receives benefit of the same.