LEARNING ACTIVE AND PASSIVE VOICE IN ENGLISH

LEARNING ACTIVE AND PASSIVE VOICE

LEARNING ACTIVE AND PASSIVE VOICE IN ENGLISH

At the point when we discuss active voice and passive voice in English, we allude to sentence structure(word order ). In the active voice sentences, the subject of the activity is apparent. In passive voice sentences, the object of the activity is apparent. To comprehend the English language better and in this manner work on your English simultaneously, knowing the two sorts of voice and their separate constructions is fundamental.

LEARNING ACTIVE AND PASSIVE VOICE

Let’s have a look on this example:-

  ACTIVE VOICE:

“The teacher explained all the lessons to the students.”

  PASSIVE VOICE

“All the lessons to the students were explained by the teacher .”

The sentence structure in the active voice is the most widely recognized, it’s the first we learn, the most clear, and the one we utilize the most consistently.

Sentence structure in the passive voice isn’t so normal in ordinary language. In any case, it is vital to know how to build sentences in the passive voice to get a decent degree of English punctuation over the span of learning the language.

LEARNING ACTIVE AND PASSIVE VOICE

  STRUCTURE:

Let us now learn the structure of these both sentence types:-

   Active voice describes a sentence where the subject is the doer of an action. Its structure goes like this- ( Subject + Verb+ Object )

  Passive voice expresses an action that is carried out on the subject of the sentence. Its structure is-( Object + verb +subject )

LEARNING ACTIVE AND PASSIVE VOICE

 SOME RULES OF ACTIVE AND PASSIVE VOICE :

Here are some rules for Active and Passive Voice :-

  The subject of the action word in the active voice(they) turns into the object in the passing voice sentences.

 Passive voice phrases, generally speaking, consistently utilize the third form of the action word(verb), otherwise called the past participle type of the action word.

  Depending on the tense of the verb, the auxiliary verb “be” (am, is, are, was, were) is added before the past participle.

LEARNING ACTIVE AND PASSIVE VOICE

  By and large ‘by’ is utilized before the object of the passive voice sentences.

  Assuming the idea you’re endeavoring to communicate is self-evident, you may once in a while drop the subject completely from the passive voice.

 Apart from that , we utilize passive voice when the individual doing the activity is obscure or not applicable to the sort of data we need to pass on. For this situation, accentuation and significance is on the activity, not the individual. Examples:

LEARNING ACTIVE AND PASSIVE VOICE

 “The overshadowing can be noticed this evening.”

 “The jewellery was stolen.”

So, these are the different active and passive voice structures which if you understand properly cannot only enhance your English language in general, but can also largely help you in your IELTS modules . Therefore, practice them thoroughly and try to utilise them in your everyday language.

Thanks for reading 

LEARNING ACTIVE AND PASSIVE VOICE

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