Present Active- I am swimming Present Passive- I have been swimming already Past Active- I went swimming last night Past Passive- Mary was swimming
active voice- present tense: I am shopping at the mall. passive voice-present tense: The paintings are bought by the highest bidder. active voice-past tense: I bought a pair of shoes. passive voice-past tense: The class last year was full of Continue reading
Present Active: Christine talks on the phone. Present Passive: The phone is talked on by Christine. Past Active: Christine talked on the phone. Past Passive: The phone was talked on by Christine.
past passive: The ball fell out of my hands past active: I dropped the ball present passive: the girl was spoken to by the teacher present active: I’m eating pizza
Present Active: I am going to the store today. Past Active: I went to the store yesterday. Present Passive: The 12:30 bus takes me to the store. Past Passive: The store was busy when I went yesterday.
Present Active: I am on a field trip. Present Passive: The field trip was attended by the school Past Active: Last week the students went on a field trip. Past Passive: The field trip had been attended by the school
Present active: I coach kids Past active: I’ve coached kids Present passive: Kids are coached by me Past passive: Kids were coached by me
Present Active: I am buying fruit from the store. Present Passive: I am being told to buy fruit from the store. Past Active: I went to the store to buy fruit. Past Passive: I was told to buy fruit from Continue reading
Present (active): The owner is walking the dog. Present (passive): The dishes were washed. Past (active): The player was throwing the ball. Past (passive): The grass was mowed by the gardener.
1.The instructor teaches the students. 2.The instructor taught the students 3. The students were taught by the instructor. 4. The dishes are washed by Bill.