Interchange of Active and Passive Voice Patterns and Examples

This Book Covers The Following Topics: Active and Passive Voice Interchange of Active and Passive Voice 1.

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This Book Covers The Following Topics: Active and Passive Voice Interchange of Active and Passive Voice 1. First or Second Form of Verb 2. Auxiliary Verb ‘Be’ + -ING Form of Verb 3. Have/Has/Had + Past Participle 4. Present/Future Modals + Verb Word 5. Past Modals + Past Participle 6. Verb + Preposition 7. Main Verb + Object + Complement 8. Main Verb + Object + Object 9. Have/Has/Had + Infinitive (To + Verb) 10. Auxiliary Verb ‘Be’ + Infinitive (To + Verb) 11. Verb + Object + Infinitive (Without ‘To’) 12. There + Verb ‘Be’ + Noun + Infinitive 13. Interrogative Sentences 14. Imperative Sentences 15. Principal Clause + That + Noun Clause (Object) 16. Verb followed by --ING form or an Infinitive 17. Use of Prepositions 18. The Passive With Get 19. Middle Voice Exercise -- 01 Exercise -- 02 Exercise -- 03 Sample This: VOICE - Definition Voice refers to the form of a verb that shows whether the subject of a sentence performs the action or is affected by it. ACTIVE VOICE - Definition The form of a verb in which subject is the person or thing that performs the action. Example: They finished the work. [subject -- “they”, verb -- “finished”, object -- “work”] In this sentence, the subject (they) acts on the object (work). Other Examples: The teacher praises him. She posted the letter. I buy new books. We will celebrate his birthday. PASSIVE VOICE - Definition The form of a verb in which subject is affected by the action of the verb. Important Note -- The object of the active voice becomes the subject in the passive voice. Example: The work was finished by them. [subject -- “work”, passive verb -- “was finished”, object -- “them”] In this example, the subject (work) is not the doer; it is being acted upon by the doer ‘them’) Other Examples: He is praised by the teacher. The letter was posted by her New books are bought by me. His birthday will be celebrated by us. WHEN TO USE PASSIVE VOICE (1). You should use passive voice when you do not know the active subject. (2). When you want to make the active object more important. (3). When active subject is obvious. (4). When you want to emphasize the action of the sentence rather than the doer of the action. (5). Passive voice is frequently used to describe scientific or mechanical processes (6). Passive voice is often used in news reports: (7). When active voice does not sound good. (8). When you want to make more polite or formal statements. (9). You can use passive voice to avoid responsibility. (10). You can also use passive voice for sentence variety in your writing. (11). You can also use passive voice when you want to avoid extra-long subjects. Changing Active Voice Into Passive Voice Rule 1: Move the object of the active voice into the position of subject (front of the sentence) in the passive voice. And move the subject of the active voice into the position of object in the passive voice. Rule 2: Passive voice needs a helping verb to express the action. Put the helping verb in the same tense as the original active sentence. The main verb of the active voice is always changed into past participle (third form of verb) in different ways. Rule 3: Place the active sentence's subject into a phrase beginning with the preposition ‘by’. Rule 4: If the object in an active voice sentence is a pronoun (me, us, you, him, her, they, it), it changes in passive voice sentence as follows: me -- I; us -- we; you -- you; him -- he; her -- she; them -- they; it – it Rule 5: Subject- Verb Agreement Make the first verb agree with the new subject in passive voice. Rule 6: When there are two objects (direct object and indirect object), only one object is interchanged. The second object remains unchanged. Following Tenses Cannot Be Changed Into Passive Voice: 1. Present Perfect Continuous Tense 2. Past Perfect Continuous Tense 3. Future Continuous Tense 4. Future Perfect Continuous Tense

Interchange Of Active And Passive Voice

Active Voice And Passive Voice - Sentences Examples | Convert Active Voice Into Passive Voice Or Vice Versa | Examples Of Active And Passive Voice | Active - Passive Voices - Rules | Patterns of Interchanging Active, Passive Voice | Pattern ...

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Active Voice And Passive Voice - Sentences Examples | Convert Active Voice Into Passive Voice Or Vice Versa | Examples Of Active And Passive Voice | Active - Passive Voices - Rules | Patterns of Interchanging Active, Passive Voice | Pattern (1) - Subject + Transitive Verb + Object | Pattern (2) - Subject + Verb ‘To Be’ + Infinitive | Pattern (3) - Subject + Verb ‘To Have’ + Infinitive | Pattern (4) - Subject + May/Can/Should/Must + Infinitive | Pattern (5) - Subject + Verb + Preposition + Object + (Adverb Of Manner) | Pattern (6) - Subject + Verb + Object + Complement | Pattern (7) - Subject + Verb + Object + Object | Pattern (8) - There + Verb + Noun (Subject) + Infinitive | Pattern (9) - Subject + Verb + Object + Infinitive (Without ‘To’) | Pattern (10) - Interrogative Sentences | Pattern (11) - Imperative Sentences | Pattern (12) - Subject + Causative Verb + Infinitive (Without ‘To’) | Pattern (13) - Principal Clause + That + Noun Clause (Object) | Pattern (14) - It is time +

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This interchange is applied only to active voice and passive voice (not to middle
voice). Both active voice and passive voice may be interchanged in themselves
with a definite verb pattern as in the following sentences: i. ii. iii. Active: Passive: ...

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This book entitled “Teachers' English Language and Teaching” being furnished with the linguistic etiquettes of Standard English is fully free from all the linguistic blunders and misgivings. All its grammatical contents supply a zero to top study with related questions. It’s vocab-related contents ie antonyms, synonyms, one word, phrasal verbs, idioms and phrases, word-formation etc. bear a definite focus on word-power. The contents such as Basic Phonetics, Literary Terms etc. contribute a certain wholeness to the language. Because of all this it is beneficial both at academic and competitive levels. The pedagogical contents harmoniously combined with the linguistic contents ensure its applicability at the teacher-training programmes and for a good preparation of the teacher-related competitive exams ie REET, TET, CTET etc. All its practice-exercises are in the pattern of modern competitive exams

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English Composition for Colleges

The more ways you know of expressing the same idea , the more variety you can
bring into your writing . Interchange of Active and Passive Voice vice A sentence
in the Active form may be changed into the Passive form and also the other way ...

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Holonyms and Meronyms Vocabulary Building

Interchange of Active and Passive Voice 13. Repetition of Words 14. Remarks in
English Language 15. Using Tenses in English 16. English Grammar- Am, Is, Are
, Was, Were 17. English Grammar- Do, Does, Did 18. English Grammar- Have ...

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What are “Holonyms and Meronyms”? HOLONYMS ---- [Holo- Whole; -Onym: Name] Holonym is a word that denotes a thing that is complete in itself and whose part, member or substance is represented by another word. Holonym [singular] | Holonyms [plural] Example: ‘Bird’ is a holonym of ‘Feather’. Derived terms related to ‘Holonyms’: Holonymous Words that are Holonyms are said to be Holonymous. Holonymy The state of being a Holonym is called Holonymy. MERONYMS ---- [Mero- Part; -Onym: Name] Meronym is a word that denotes a constituent part, member or substance of something that is complete in itself. Meronym [singular] | Meronyms [plural] Example: ‘Feather’ is a meronym of ‘Bird’. Derived terms related to ‘Meronyms’: Meronymous Words that are Meronyms are said to be Meronymous. Meronymy The state of being a Meronym is called Meronymy. Holonyms and Meronyms -- A Holonym / Meronym -- Example A1 -- Holonym -- air-conditioner Meronyms -- blower / compressor / condenser coil / control panel / cooling coil / evaporator coil / expansion valve / fan / motor / temperature sensing bulb / thermostat Holonym / Meronym -- Example A2 -- Holonym -- airplane (aeroplane) Meronyms -- aileron / altimeter / black box / cabin / cargo / cockpit / cowling / elevator / fin / flap / flight deck / fuselage / galley / hatch / jet engine / leading edge / nose / propeller / rudder / seat / slat / tail / trailing edge / undercarriage / wing Holonym / Meronym -- Example A3 -- Holonym -- airport Meronyms -- airplane / airstrip / air terminal / control tower / hangar / lounge / taxiway / terminal Holonym / Meronym -- Example A4 -- Holonym -- algae Meronyms -- cell membrane / cell wall / chloroplast / cytoplasm / flagellum / nucleolus / nucleus / starch vacuole Holonym / Meronym -- Example A5 -- Holonym -- atom Meronyms -- electron / neutron / proton Other Examples: Holonym / Meronym -- Example A6 – ‘abacus’ is the holonym of ‘wire’ wire’ is a meronym of ‘abacus’ Holonym / Meronym -- Example A7 – ‘album’ is the holonym of ‘photograph’ ‘photograph’ is a meronym of ‘album’ Holonym / Meronym -- Example A8 -- ‘asparagus’ is the holonym of ‘spear’ ‘spear’ is a meronym of ‘asparagus’ Holonym / Meronym -- Example A9 -- ‘atmosphere’ is the holonym of ‘stratosphere’ ‘stratosphere’ is a meronym of ‘atmosphere’

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Interchange of Active and Passive Voice 13. Repetition of Words 14. Remarks in
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REVISED EDITION -- FEB 20, 2016 -- Sentence forms in English language - simple sentence, compound sentence, complex sentence, compound-complex sentence | phrases and clauses | independent or principal clause (main clause), dependent or subordinate clause | list of important coordinators and transitional expressions (transitional words or phrases) for compound sentences | list of important subordinators for complex sentences | double and multiple sentences | definition and examples of simple, compound and complex sentences

Repetition of Words Emphasize Your Thoughts

Interchange of Active and Passive Voice 13. Repetition of Words 14. Remarks in
English Language 15. Using Tenses in English 16. English Grammar- Am, Is, Are
, Was, Were 17. English Grammar- Do, Does, Did 18. English Grammar- Have ...

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This Book Covers The Following Topics: What is “Repetition of Words”? Structure (1) ---- Word + and + Word Structure (2) ---- Comparative + and + Comparative Structure (3) ---- Word + after + Word Structure (4) ---- Word + by + Word Structure (5) ---- Word + to + Word Structure (6) ---- Word + on/upon + Word Structure (7) ---- Word + against/of/for/in/with + Word Structure (8) ---- The more, less, etc…, the more, less, etc… Structure (9) ---- Combination of the Same Words Structure (10) ---- Repetition of Various Words Structure (11) ---- Repetition of Words More than Once Structure (12) ---- Repetition of ‘Group of Words’ Structure (13) ---- Repetition of ‘Two Different Words’ Structure (14) ---- Miscellaneous Patterns Exercises: 1(A) and 1(B) Exercises: 2(A) and 2(B) What is “Repetition of Words”? Repetition in English Language is the repeating of a word, within a sentence in order to PROVIDE EMPHASIS. ‘Repetition of words’ could be classified into many groups based on the placement of the words in a sentence. Different terms have been devised to denote different kinds of repetitions. Some of these terms are as follows: Adnominatio, Conduplicatio, Diacope, Epistrophe, Mesodiplosis, Palilogia, Polyptoton, Symploce, etc. Not going into the details of these ‘hard-to-pronounce’ terms, I have covered only most popular patterns of ‘Repetition of words’ in this book. Structure (1) ---- Word + and + Word This pattern is generally used to show ‘continuation or repetition of an activity’, or ‘presence of many things or people of the same kind’. 1. -- She asked and asked about the money. 2a. -- Stars, planets, and galaxies emerged and evolved billions and billions of years ago. 2b. -- They have got billions and billions of dollars lying around in vaults. 3. -- There has been campaign and campaign against us for a very long time. 4. -- Wastage of water must be discouraged and discouraged. 5. -- Workers dug and dug the road. 6. -- We have eras and eras coming. 7. -- He called after her, “Where are you going?” She went further and further. 8a. -- His confidence grew and grew. 8b. -- Once he started telling family about his challenge, the support just grew and grew. 9a. -- ‘How long did the match last?’ ‘Oh, hours and hours’ 9b. -- Oats are a complex carbohydrate which means they will fuel your body for hours and hours. 10. -- Merit and merit alone can be criterion. 11. -- The road went on for miles and miles. 12. -- My travel plan was mired and mired in utter confusion. 13. -- He has nurtured and nurtured his reputation as a master tactician. 14. -- They played and played cards all night. NOTE: (A). ‘Again and again’ [meaning -- many times] She was wiping her tears again and again. Many people do not repeat their mistakes again and again. (B). ‘By and by’ [meaning -- after a short period; before long; soon | eventually] By and by you will make your deficiency. The hours just kept on going by and by. (C). ‘Half and half’ [meaning -- in equal parts] We are lucky that it is an affordable rent, and sharing half and half helps (D). ‘Less and less’ [meaning -- continuing to become smaller] We are having less and less snow each year. Old people seem to sleep less and less actually. (E). ‘More and more’ [meaning -- continuing to become larger in amount or number] You always ask for more and more. More and more girls are giving priority to their career. (F). ‘Neck and neck’ [meaning -- level with somebody in competition] Democrats and Republicans were neck and neck on 50 seats. These two candidates are neck and neck in recent polls. NOTE: Great Stress— Word + And + Word + And + Word 1a. -- He just smacked him with a ruler again and again and again. 1b. -- If at first you don't succeed, try again and again and again. 2. -- Their pain and the anger grew and grew and grew, 3. -- They are paying him millions and millions, and more millions. 4. -- There is a huge problem in this town and it has been going on and on and on.

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4 Passive Verbs : Textbook Prescriptions Technical writing textbooks disagree
about the appropriate use of the passive verb . Thus , one text prescribes : "
Above all , ayoid pomposity and the passive voice . " ? Another explains : Active
voice is ...

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Accidence

Gutturals , interchange of , 23 . final a , 1 , 0 , not elided , 18,1 . Passive voice
modal vowel and I. - Pure verbs , active conjugation | Substantives ,. 279 , 6 . Obs
. 3 . 221 . Monosyllabic contract verbs not tense endings of , 196 . Heteroclites ,
116 ...

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Ignatius of Antioch

... honored ” ( for the interchange of active and passive voices see on Sm . 5 . 1 ) ;
ó dáopa . . . datpevel ( this cannot be imitated in the translation ) . 2 19 . 2 The
following word of encouragement to the Smyrnaeans reflects Ignatius '
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The Practical Etymonic Latin Grammar

... the conjugation of all verbs ( whether regular or irregular ) will be much
facilitated ; since almost the sole irregularity met with is the interchange of ... The
subjoined table shows the terminations for the several conjugations :ACTIVE
VOICE .

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Translation Technique in the Peshitta to Job

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The Three Literary Letters Ep Ad Ammaeum I Ep Ad Pompeium Ep Ad Ammaeum II

[ The topic of the interchange of common and proper nouns seems to have been
omitted by Dionysius , or to have been accidentally lost . ] C . 7 . Use of active for
passive voice . C . 8 . Use of passive for active . 9 . Interchange of singular and ...

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Proceedings of the Philological Society

Thus Rask , in his Accidence of the Norse , $ 239 , speaks only of the active and
passive voices ; however in his syntax the truth oozes out . In $ 455 he for the first
time informs his reader that the passive in the Old Norse is used also for a
reciprocal ( i.e. ... That an s and a t should interchange is a matter tolerably
familiar .

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Proceedings Philological Society London

Thus Rask , in his Accidence of the Norse , $ 239 , speaks only of the active and
passive voices ; however in his syntax the truth oozes out . In § 455 he for the first
time informs his reader that the passive in the Old Norse is used also for a
reciprocal ( i . e ... That an s and a t should interchange is a matter tolerably
familiar .

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Proceedings of the Philological Society

Thus Rask , in his Accidence of the Norse , $ 239 , speaks only of the active and
passive voices ; however in his syntax the truth oozes out . In $ 455 he for the first
time informs his reader that the passive in the Old Norse is used also for a
reciprocal ( i . e ... That an s and a t should interchange is a matter tolerably
familiar .

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Sophocles the plays and fragments ed with Engl notes and intr by L Campbell

Neuter , active and causal meanings , interchange of , 98 , 99 . Nominative ,
pendent , 21 . - or accusative ... of , 69 . a . - in English poetry , 69 a . Passive
voice , with ... interchange with singular , 31 ; 85 . b . Predicate , supplementary ,
38 . 71 .

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Di g sis tou Alexandrou

TepooÉXETAL : The middle / passive voice seems to be restricted to the present
work and to Defaranas : Log . Did . ... On the frequent interchange of active and
passive in Defaranas ' Móyou didaxtixoi see Karaiskaki ' s note on line 22 .

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Page: 296

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The three literary letters

[ The topic of the interchange of common and proper nouns seems to have been
omitted by Dionysius , or to have been accidentally lost . ] C . 7 . Use of active for
passive voice . c . 8 . Use of passive for active . C . 9 . Interchange of singular and
 ...

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Category: Greek literature

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