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CONCLUSION

ABDUL HAFISH | INAYAH TRIA PUTRI | NINGSIH


PUTRI HERMAN|REKA HAYATI RAHMAH
Passive
voice
Passive Voice: Definition
Passive Voice: Definition In the active voice, the subject of the sentence DOES the
action:
John painted the house last week.
Subject / verb / object
In the passive voice, the subject of the sentence
RECEIVES the action.
Passive Voice: Use The house was painted last week.
Subject / verb
Notice that the object of the active sentence (house)
became the subject of the passive sentence.

Passive Voice: Form


In the present, the passive voice uses the verbs is
and are + past participle of the main verb.
The passive voice present is often used to
Passive Voice: Present describe:
Processes
First the apples are picked, then they are
cleaned, and finally theyre packed and shipped
to the market.
Passive Voice: Past General thoughts, opinions, and beliefs
New York is considered the most diverse city in
the U.S.
It is believed that Amelia Earharts plane crashed
Passive Voice: future in Pacific Ocean.
Hungarian is seen as one of the worlds most
difficult languages to learn.
Skin cancers are thought to be caused by
excessive exposure to the sun.
TENSES
Transitive and intransitive verb
A verb can be either
Transitive verb.
transitive or He sent a letter.
intransitive. A (Send is a transitive verb and it needs an
transitive verb needs object i.e. letter to express full meaning.)

an object (in
sentence) to give
complete meaning
while intransitive
verb does need an Intransitive Verb.
object (in sentence) He laughs.
to give complete (Laugh is an intransitive verb and it
does not need object for expressing full
meaning. meaning.)
The following tenses can also not be changed
into passive voice.
Present perfect continuous tense
Past perfect continuous tense
Future continuous tense
Future perfect continuous tense