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Object Subject

Nominitive By-
Past Participle(V3)
To Be |
Rules of Voice on Imperative Sentences
IMPERATIVE SENTENCE
Sentence , , Imperative Sentence Sentence Active voice- object- let- object- verb- past
participle be

Active : Do it.
Passive : Let it be done (by you).
Imperative Sentence- active voice let , Passive

voice let let- ind


irect object- subject passive
Active : Let him do the sum.
Passive : Let the sum be done by him.
: Let- second person
Imperative Sentence- active voice adverb , passive
Active : Today cut the tree.
Passive : Let the tree be cut today (by you).
Imperative Sentence negative , Passive voice- let
not

Active : Dont open the door.


Passive : Let not the door be opened (by you).
COMPLEX SENTENCE
Complex Sentence- Passive voice Principal clause sub-ordinate
clause Passive Principal clause-

object object it
Active : I know that you helped him.
Passive : It is known to me that he was helped by you.
# Complex Sentence- sub-ordinate clause- object , Passive
voice sentence- Principal clause-

subject it Passive voice sub-ordinate clause- that


passive subject passive
Active : I know that the he is a good boy.
Passive : It is known to me that he is a good boy.
Or : That he is a good boy is known to me.
# And and-

object , and-
object
Active : He ate rice and gave me a pen.
Passive : Rice was eaten and I was given a pen by him.
infinitive voice change
I dont like to be hated.
A bank is going to be opened by the manager.
Voice Rules on Interrrogative Sentence
Interrogative Sentence
SENTENCE do, does did subject- number, person and

tense subject to be verb passive voice

Active : Did he beat the dog?


Passive : Was the dog beaten by him?
Interrogative tense- Passive ten
se- verb subject- voice change :
Active : Was he making a doll?
Passive : Was a doll being made by him?
Who Active voice Passive voice By
whom :
Active : Who has broken the pencil?
Passive : By whom has the pencil been broken?
# What Active Passive
voice what what :
Active : What did you do?
Passive : What was done by you?
# Whom Active voice Passive
voice who

Active : Whom does he seek?


Passive : Who is sought by him?
# Why, when, Where, how interrogative Active Passive
voice Interrogative Adverb- Voice change

Active : How have you done this?


Passive : How has this been done by you?
Imperative Sentence- active voice adverb , passive
Active : Today cut the tree.
Passive : Let the tree be cut today (by you).
Imperative Sentence negative , Passive voice- let
not

Active : Dont open the door.


Passive : Let not the door be opened (by you).
infinitive voice change
I dont like to be hated.
A bank is going to be opened by the manager.
Defective Verb Modal Auxiliary Passive
Voice
Active Passive
can
Might
shall
would
will
must
should
ought to
could
used to

Active Passive
can be
might be
shall be
would be
will be
must be
should be
ought to be
could be
used to be