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Active Voice and Passive Voice

There are two types of voice, active voice and Passive voice
Active Voice – S + V + O
Passive Voice – O + H V + P P + By + S

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The following table shows the examples of the Active Voice and Passive Voice.

Active Voice

Passive Voice

Simple Present Tense

1. He writes a poem.

 

1. A poem is written by him.

2. He writes poems.

2. Poems are written by him.

3. He does not write a poem.

3. A poem is not written by him.

4. He does not write poems.

4. Poems are not written by him.

5. Does he write a poem?

5. Is a poem written by him?

6. Does he write poems?

6. Are poems written by him?

Simple Past Tense

7. He wrote a poem.

 

7. A poem was written by him.

8. He wrote poems.

8. Poems were written by him.

9. He did not write a poem.

9. A poem was not written by him.

10. He did not write poems.

10. Poems were not written by him.

11. Did he write a poem?

11. Was a poem written by him?

12. Did he write poems?

12. Were letters written by him?

Simple Future Tense

13. He will write a poem.

 

13. A poem will be written by him.

14. He will write poems.

14. Poems will be written by him.

15. He will not write a poem.

15. A poem will not be written by him.

16. He will not write letters.

16. Poems will not be written by him.

17. Will he write a poems?

17. Will a poem be written by him?

18. Will he write poems?

18. Will poems be written by him?

Present Continuous Tense

19. He is writing a poem.

 

19. A poem is being written by him.

20. He is writing poems.

20. Poems are being written by him.

21. He is not writing a poem.

21. A poem is not being written by him.

22. He is not writing poems.

22. Poems are not being written by him?

23. Is he writing a poem?

23. Is a poem being written by him?

24. Is he writing poems?

24. Are poems being written by him?

Past Continuous Tense

25. He was writing a poem.

 

 

25. A poem was being written by him.

26. He was writing poems.

26. Poems were being written by him.

27. He was not writing a poem.

27. A poem was not being written by him.

28. He was not writing poems.

28. Poems were not being written by him.

29. Was he writing a poem?

29. Was a poem being written by him?

30. Was he writing poems?

30. Were poems being written by him?

Present Perfect Tense

31. He has written a poem.

 

 

31. A poem has been written by him.

32. He has written poems.

32. Poems have been written by him.

33. He has not written a poem.

33. A poem has not been written by him.

34. He has not written poems.

34. Poems have not been written by him.

35. Has he written a poem?

35. Has a poem been written by him?

36. Has he written poems?

36. Have poems been written by him?

Past Perfect Tense

37. He had written a poem.

 

37. A poem had been written by him.

38. He had written poems.

38. Poems had been written by him.

39. He had not written a poem.

39. A poem had not been written by him.

40. He had not written poems.

40. Poems had not been written by him.

41. Had he written a poem?

41. Had a poem been written by him?

42. Had he written poems?

42. Had poems been written by him?

Future Perfect Tense

43. He will have written a poem.

 

43. A poem will have been written by him.

44. He will have written poems.

44. Poems will have been written by him.

45. He will not have written a poem.

45. A poem will not have been written by him.

46. He will not have written poems.

46. Poems will not have been written by him.

47. Will he have written a poem?

47. Will a poem have been written by him?

48. Will he have written poems?

48. Will poems have been written by him?

49. He should write it.

49. It should be written by him.

50. He can’t write it.

50. It can’t be written by him.

51. He must write it.

51. It must be written by him.

52. He should have written it.

52. It should have been written by him.

53. He needn’t write it.

53. It needn’t be written by him.

54. He ought to write it.

54. It ought to be written by him.

Imperative:

55. Write a poem.

 

55. Let a poem be written.

56. Let him write a poem.

56. Let a poem be written by him.

57. Do not make the mistake.

57. Let not the mistake be made.

58. Enter by this door.

58. You are requested to enter by this door.

59. Be quiet.

59. You are ordered to be quiet.

60. Put out the light.

60. Let the light be put out.

Interrogative:

61. Who wrote it?

 

61. By whom was it written?

62. When will you write it?

62. When will it be written by you?

63. Why should you suspect me?

63. Why should I be suspected by you?

64. Where was he writing it?

64. Where was it being written by him?

65. Which novel did he buy?

65. Which novel was bought by him?

66. Where does he keep his novel?

66. Where are his novels kept by him?

67. Why did he write a novel?

67. Why was a novel written by him?

68. When did he send the novel?

68. When was the novel sent by him?

69. What can she do?

69. What can be done by her?

70. What are you writing?

70. What is being written by you?

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