Showing posts with label Passive Voice. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Passive Voice. Show all posts

Wednesday, 24 April 2013

Passive Voice ( It works like a power point slide)

Click and learn the rules...
This work is based on "PASSIVE VOICE". Here I give the rules and show them in a way that your students will never need to memorize long structers anymore. At the slide I show it one by one with animated instructions. This work occured to me when my students told me that they really have difficulties in memorising the passive forms of each tense. I thought about it and thanks God I found... I prepared this slide. When I went school, I told them to watch the slide carefully... Because the passive form is hidden in the active sentence's main verb. The main verb in the active sentence tells us about which form of the "to be" verb must be used in the passive sentence. For example if the main verb in the active sentence is in gerund form (is painting) then the "to be verb" in the passive sentence will be in gerund form (is being painted) as well. If the verb is in past participle ( have-had painted) then to be verb in the passive sentence must be in past participle form (have-had been painted). I hope I could express it... If you watch the slide it will be easier. İ. Gürkan BOZKURT