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Passive Voice - Present Perfect, Present Continuous, Past Continuous Tense




 
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Passive Voice, Present Perfect Tense
A teacher explains the how the present perfect tense works in the passive voice: S + has or have + been + past participle
Passive Voice, Questions in the Present Perfect Tense
This video shows how to make yes-no questions in the passive voice in the present perfect tense: Have or Has + subject + been + past participle



Passive Voice, Present Continuous Tense
When the present continuous tense is in the passive voice it looks like this: subject + (be) being + past participle. Example: You are being taught English.
Passive Voice, Past Continuous Tense
To put the past continuous tense into the passive voice, use "was" or "were" depending on the subject, then "being" and then the past participle.


 

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