So, now, one pupil tell me the exact form of the verb in the active voice and then this pupil ask from the other pupil the passive form of the same tense. Read the examples and try to make up a rule when we use by and with. The interrogative form is built up placing the First (auxiliary) verb before the subject of the sentence. The negative form is built up by placing the particle not after the first verb.
Let’s look through the whole tenses of the passive voice. There you can see all the forms of the Passive Voice. The last one we should know at this lesson is the forms of the passive voice in interrogative and negative sentences. This issue is rather difficult but you showed your good knowledge during the lesson.
So, today we begin new theme called “The Passive Voice”. But now you know why and where we should use the Passive Voice. Then we’ll do a lot of exercises not to forget the different forms of the Passive Voice.
So, today we begin new theme called “The Passive Voice”. You’ll have to make up sentences to each of the tense. -How do you think why I ordered you to write down these verbs?Do you think that the Past Simple and Participle are so widely -spread forms in everyday life? Especially, it is needed for our new theme where we can’t do anything without these forms. -So, now you see the differences of the translations of active and passive voices. - So, today we’ve begun a new theme The Passive Voice. Ask each other which differences exactly can you tell. Pupil: The Passive Voice serves to show that the person or thing denoted by the subject of the sentence is not the agent (the doer) of the action expressed by the predicate verb but the object of this action. Pupil: That the thing or person undergoes an action. The Passive Voice is built up by means of the auxiliary verb to be in the required finite form and the participle of the notional verb. There you can see the differences between the active and the passive voices.