Presentación de a voz pasiva

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Published on March 10, 2009

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Una vez más, quería demostrar lo que se puede hacer con la tecnología aplicada a la educación.
Aqui os adjunto dos presentaciones en power point que han hecho unos alumnos mios de segundo de bachiller. Así, después de la explicación del profesor para comprobar la comprensión del alumno se le pide que haga una presentación y además podrá hacer de profesor para sus compañeros utilizando las nuevas tecnologías.

La voz pasiva Trabajo de Ingles Christian San Martin y Razvan Pascal B-1ºb

The passive is formed by using the appopriate tense of the verb to be + past participle of the main verb. Present perfect continuous, future continuous, past perfect continuous are not normally used in thepassive. Ej: Dinner is served at 6.00.

The passive is formed by using the appopriate tense of the verb to be + past participle of the main verb. Present perfect continuous, future continuous, past perfect continuous are not normally used in thepassive.

Ej: Dinner is served at 6.00.

Changes We put as subject of the passive sentence the direct object or indirect object of the active sentence. We put the verb to be in the same tense of the main verb. 3. We place the active subject of the sentence at the end of the passive sentence, preceded by. Present simple  I make a cake  A cake is made Present continuous  I am making a cake  A cake is being made Past simple  I made a cake  A cake was made Past continuous  I was making a cake  A cake was being made Present perfect  I have made a cake  A cake has been made Pres. Perf. Continuous  I have been making a cake  A cake has been being made Past perfect  I had made a cake  A cake had been made Future simple  I will make a cake  A cake will be made Future perfect  I will have made a cake  A cake will have been made

Changes

We put as subject of the passive sentence the direct object or indirect object of the active sentence.

We put the verb to be in the same tense of the main verb.

3. We place the active subject of the sentence at the end of the passive sentence, preceded by.

Present simple  I make a cake  A cake is made

Present continuous  I am making a cake  A cake is being made

Past simple  I made a cake  A cake was made

Past continuous  I was making a cake  A cake was being made

Present perfect  I have made a cake  A cake has been made

Pres. Perf. Continuous  I have been making a cake  A cake has been being made

Past perfect  I had made a cake  A cake had been made

Future simple  I will make a cake  A cake will be made

Future perfect  I will have made a cake  A cake will have been made

Verb with preposition The preposition stays in its place after the verb. Ej: They laughed at him.  He was laughed at. Modals When a sentence has an active modal verb we use the modal verb + be + past participle of the main active verb. Ej: They must publish it.  It must be published.

Verb with preposition

The preposition stays in its place after the verb.

Ej: They laughed at him.  He was laughed at.

Modals

When a sentence has an active modal verb we use the modal verb + be + past participle of the main active verb.

Ej: They must publish it.  It must be published.

When there are two objects, we can form two passive sentences, if we only write a sentence the indirect object is preferred. When we do not know the subject of the sentence or it is not very important we don’t put by + the subject at the end of the passive sentence.

When there are two objects, we can form two passive sentences, if we only write a sentence the indirect object is preferred.

When we do not know the subject of the sentence or it is not very important we don’t put by + the subject at the end of the passive sentence.

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