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This article is also on voice changes. It contains “how to change the past tenses’s voice”. Already present tenses voice changes were published before. You get them from my site. Here, I am writing about past tenses’ sentences and their voice changes.
This article is about past indefinite or simple past tense. Basically the sentences here provided in past simple for and their voice changes. Here, rules and examples are helping you all a lot for your better understanding the voice changes.
A) Affirmative Sentences:- First we should know how to changes the voices of the affirmative or positive sentences.
Rule:- In case of passive voice sentences, we should put “was” with first person and with third person singular numbers but, in case of others we should put “were”. Then past participle form of the verbs put after “was/were” as in all other sentences of the passive voice.
Formula:- object+was/were+third form of the verbs+by +subject.
Following examples are helping you all to know it better.
1) I read a book. (active voice)
A book was read by me. (passive voice)
2) He loved me. (active voice)
I was loved by him. (Passive voice)
3) You all ate the bread. (active voice)
The was eaten by you all. (passive voice)
4) They wrote the letters for their wives. (active voice)
The letters were written by them for their wives. (passive voice)
5) The teachers taught the students in the class room. (active voice)
The students were taught by the teachers in the class room. (passive voice)
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