Passive Voice, BLOG_preparar-aulas-ead-670x419 , maestra1 , …
Passive Verbs Forms: Object + Be/get + V past.p
My class is prepared.
My class is being prepared.
My class was prepared.
My class was being prepared.
My class has been prepared.
My class had been prepared
My class will be prepared
My class is going to be prepared.
My class will being prepared.
Examples: bordered by, composed of, connected to/with/by, divided into/by, found in, located in/on, made up of, related to, surrounded by.
S + be+ Past Participle + Prepositional phrases
Lima is located in Perú.
Perú and Brasil are connected by Amazon river.
Colombia is bordered by Ecuador.
Perú is composed of 24 departments.
Passive Causative: S + have/get + Obj +Vpp
Present Causative: I get my clothes washed.
Past Causative: I got/had my clothes washed, yesterday.
Future Causative: I'm going to get my hair cut
Modals causative: I should have my lunch prepared.
Passive with modals
Past: Object + Modal (not) + have been+Vpp
Modals: Could, might, should, ought no to, must.
My homework could have been done
Present: Object + Modal (not) +be + Vp.p
Modals: Can, had better, may, might, should, ought not to, must.
My homework can be done.
It + be + Past Participle + (by+agent) + that clause
It is said that Dimmick might not have been the thief.
S + be + Past Participle + (by+agent) + to phrase
Miguel Grau is regarded as the knight of the seas