PAST TENSE & PASSIVE VOICE - Coggle Diagram
PAST TENSE & PASSIVE VOICE
Past perfect tense
Is often used for an action which started at some time in the past, and is still continuing now.
Affirmative: He has bougth a skateboard.
Negative: He has not bougth bike. He has bougth a skateboarding.
Question: Has he bougth a bike?
Past continuous tense
We use past continuou tense to describe an action that was in progress at a specific time in the past.
Affirmative: I was having coffe.
Simple past tense
We use simple past tense to express an activity completed in the past.
Affirmative: They went to school.
Negative: They did not to school.
Questions: Did they go to school?
We use active voice to say what the actor/subject does.
The boss hired a new secretary.
Passive voice is used to say what happens to the object.
A new secretary was hired by the boss.