Voice-change:-9; For Our Better English Grammar.

This article is for practicing of the voice change. All of you may know about the line; “practice make a man perfect“. This article contains numbers of questions based on the present perfect tense. I hoped you must trying to do yourselves first and then matching with my providing answers. I hoped these articles based on voice change are very helping to all of you for knowing better grammatical skills. For better grammar we must follow and know the process of changing the voices. Following exercise is very vital for knowing the voice change more effectively. This exercise is based on the present perfect format of the tense. Follow the exercise below which helped you all a lot for knowing about the above.

C) Changing of voices in interrogative sentences of present perfect tenses.

Rule:- Adding of has/have before the subjects and been+past participle form of the verbs after the subjects.

Following examples are helping you all to understand the better.

1) Have I read a book? (Active voice)
Has a book been read by me? (Passive Voice)

2) Has he loved me? (Active Voice)
Have I been loved by him? (Passive Voice)

3) Have you eaten the bread? (Active Voice)
Has the bread been eaten by you? (Passive Voice)

4) Have we taught you? (Active Voice)
Have you been taught by us? (Passive Voice)

5) Why have you run a race? (Active Voice)
Why has a race been run by you? (Passive Voice)

6) What have you done? (Active Voice)
What has been done by you? (Passive Voice)

7) Whom have you served? (Active Voice)
Who has been served by you? (Passive Voice)

8) Whom have you not served? (Active Voice)
Who has not been served by you? (Passive Voice)

9) Why have you not run a race? (Active Voice)
Why has a race not been run by you? (Passive Voice)

10) How have you earned money? (Active Voice)
How has money been earned by you? ( Passive Voice)

Above examples are very helpful to know the voice change of present perfect tenses.

Note:- There is no changes of voices in case of perfect continuous sentences.

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