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Passive Voice

Passive Voice

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Published by: Juan Spain on Oct 18, 2010
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Th
e passive sentence
Th
e passive sentence
AC
TIVE
 
VOI
C
E
AC
TIVE
 
VOI
C
E
ActiveSubjectActive
V
erbDirect
O
bject
Robertgavea coina coinby
 
Passive
V
erbPassiveSubject
AgentPASS
IVE
 
VOI
C
E
PASS
IVE
 
VOI
C
Ew
as givenby
 
SubjectSubject: Person or object t
h
at suffered/enjoyed t
h
eresults of an action.
(Persona u objetoquesufreo disfrutalos resultadosdeunaacción.
Th
e verb "to beto be" in t
h
e tense t
h
e action ocurred.
(
E
lverboto be en el tiempoqueocurrióla acción.)
Th
e Past ParticiplePast Participle of t
h
e verb t
h
at represents t
h
eaction itself.
(
E
l participiode pasadodel verboquerepresentala acción.)
W
h
atever complementscomplementst
h
at verb needs.
(Los complementosqueel verbonecesite.)
I
n a fe
w
special cases
w
e can also use byby+ t
h
e agentagent.
(
E
n algunoscasosusaremosel complementoagenteintroducidoporla preposiciónby)
We can only
h
ave passive sentences from transitiveverbs, never
w
it
h
intransitive verbs.
(Solo podemos
h
aceroracionespasivasde verbostransitivosy nuncade verbosintransitivos)
Structure of t
h
e sentenceStructure of t
h
e sentence

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