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Passive Voice, Past Tense
To make the past tense passive, use "was" or "were," depending on the subject, and then add the past participle.
Passive Voice, Present Tense
The title says it all. The subject changes the verb "be" and then you use the past participle of the main verb.



Passive Voice, Future Tense
To make the future tense passive in English, use "will be" and then the past participle. "Will" is a modal verb, so this formula applies to other modals such as can, may, must, might, etc.


 

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