Unit 9: Passive voice

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This lesson contains 31 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 1 video.

time-iconLesson duration is: 60 min

Items in this lesson

Slide 1 - Slide

What are we going to do today?
Introduction
Today's goal
Grammar explanation
Let's practice
Work on your own
How did it go?

Slide 2 - Slide

Slide 3 - Video

Goal of this class
You know what an active and passive voice is.
You know how to use the passive and active voice correctly

Slide 4 - Slide

Slide 5 - Slide

Active vs Passive voice
Active: I bake a cake. 
Passive: 

Active: The reporter published the news.
Passive: 

What is the difference?

Slide 6 - Slide

Active vs Passive voice
Active: I bake a cake. 
Passive: A cake is baked.
Active: The reporter published the news.
Passive: 

Wanneer gebruik je de passive voice?

Slide 7 - Slide

Active vs Passive voice
Active: I bake a cake. 
Passive: A cake is baked (by me)
Active: The reporter published the news.
Passive: The news was published. (by the reporter)

When do you use the passive voice?

Slide 8 - Slide

Active vs Passive voice
Active: I bake a cake. 
Passive: A cake is baked.
Active: The reporter published the news.
Passive: The news was published. 

When do you use the passive voice?
1. When it is not important who has done the 

Slide 9 - Slide

Active vs Passive voice
Active: I bake a cake. 
Passive: A cake is baked.
Active: The reporter published the news.
Passive: The news was published. 
When do you use the passive voice?
1. When it is not important who has done something.
2. When the action is more important than who has done it.

Slide 10 - Slide

Active vs Passive voice
Active: I bake a cake. 
Passive: A cake is baked.


How do you turn the active into a passive voice?

Slide 11 - Slide

Active vs Passive voice
Active: I bake a cake. (Subject - verb - direct object (lv) )
Passive: A cake is baked. 




Slide 12 - Slide

Active vs Passive voice
Active: I bake a cake. (Subject - verb - Direct object)
Passive: A cake is baked. (Direct object- verb)


Active --> passive: 
Direct object (lijdend voorwerp) + to be + past participle

Slide 13 - Slide

Active vs Passive voice
Active: I bake a cake. (Subject - verb - Direct object)
Passive: A cake is baked by me. (Lijdend voorwerp - ww)


Direct object + to be + past participle (+ by + subject)

Slide 14 - Slide

Active vs Passive voice
Active: I tell a story
Passive: 

Grammatical time is of great importance!



Slide 15 - Slide

Active vs Passive voice
Active: I tell a story (present simple)
Passive: A story is told. (present simple)





Slide 16 - Slide

Active vs Passive voice
Active: I told a story.
Passive: 





Slide 17 - Slide

Active vs Passive voice
Active: I told a story. (past simple)
Passive: A story was told. (past simple)





Slide 18 - Slide

Active vs Passive voice
Active: I am telling a story
Passive: 




Slide 19 - Slide

Active vs Passive voice
Active: I am telling a story. (present continuous)
Passive: A story is being told. 





Slide 20 - Slide

Active vs Passive voice
Active: I was telling a story
Passive:


Slide 21 - Slide

Active vs Passive voice
Active: I was telling a story. (past continuous)
Passive: A story was being told. (past continuous)




Slide 22 - Slide

Active vs Passive voice
Active: I have told a story. 
Passive: 
Active: I had told a story.
Passive: 




Slide 23 - Slide

Active vs Passive voice
Active: I have told a story. (present perfect)
Passive: A story has been told.
Active: I had told a story.
Passive: 



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Active vs Passive voice
Active: I have told a story. (present perfect)
Passive: A story has been told.
Active: I had told a story. (past perfect)
Passive: A story had been told



Slide 25 - Slide

Active: The mechanic is repairing the car. (write down the full sentence with subject)

Slide 26 - Open question

Active: She read the book.

Slide 27 - Open question

Active: Tonya had crafted the map.

Slide 28 - Open question

Active: Clara was checking the furniture.

Slide 29 - Open question

Work on your own
SB: p. 86+ p. 89
WB: p. 82 +83

We'll finish this next lesson

Slide 30 - Slide

I can change an active voice into the passive
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Slide 31 - Poll