*Revising Passive Voice*

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After today's lesson, 
you will...
...know the difference between active and passive.
...know how to form passive voice
...be able to use passive voice in writing.

Slide 2 - Slide

Slide 3 - Slide

Key: in Classroom

Slide 4 - Slide

Who did it?

Someone stole Jamie's money.
A
Someone
B
Jamie
C
the money

Slide 5 - Quiz

Who did it?
Jamie's money was stolen by someone.
A
Someone
B
Jamie
C
the money

Slide 6 - Quiz

Passive versus active voice





Someone stole Jamie's money.
Jamie's money was stolen by someone.

Slide 7 - Slide

Let's do sentence analysis.


  
Someone stole Jamie's money.


Jamie's money was stolen by someone.

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Let's do sentence analysis.


    S               V              DO
Someone stole Jamie's money.


Jamie's money was stolen by someone.

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Let's do sentence analysis.


        S           V              DO
Someone stole Jamie's money.

         
            S                     V                   ?
Jamie's money was stolen by someone.

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Let's do sentence analysis.
        
            S                     V                  ?
Jamie's money was stolen by someone





by John = the agent (the one who did it)

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Slide 12 - Slide

Changing from active to passive 

a) The active OBJECT becomes the  
     passive SUBJECT.
b) The active SUBJECT becomes 
     the passive AGENT. 
c) The preposition "by" is 
     introduced before the agent. 
d) The passive adds a form of "to BE"  
     + the past participle of the main verb. 

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Changing from active to passive 

a) The active OBJECT becomes the  
     passive SUBJECT.

Active
Someone stole Jamie's money

Passive
Jamie's money was stolen by someone.

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Changing from active to passive 

b) The active SUBJECT becomes 
     the passive AGENT

Active
Someone stole Jamie's money. 

Passive
Jamie's money was stolen by someone.

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Changing from active to passive 

c) The preposition "by" is 
     introduced before the agent. 

Active
Someone stole Jamie's money. 

Passive
Jamie's money was stolen by someone.

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Changing from active to passive 

d) The passive adds a form of "to BE" 
 + the past participle of the main verb. 

Active
Someone stole Jamie's money. 

Passive
Jamie's money was stolen by someone.

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Active or Passive voice?

active
When we are interested in who is doing it.
Someone stole Jamie's money.

passive
When who did it is unknown or not important (often left out).
Jamie's money was stolen (by someone).

Slide 19 - Slide


Which sentence is passive?
A
Susan has eaten all the chocolate.
B
All the chocolate has been eaten by Susan.

Slide 20 - Quiz


Which sentence is passive?
A
Yesterday, they robbed the bank.
B
No one knows who did it.
C
The same bank was robbed three times in a row.
D
The newspaper reported that the police are on the case.

Slide 21 - Quiz

Choose the correct passive.

She writes poems.
A
Poems are written by her.
B
Poems were written by her.
C
Poems are being written by her.
D
Poems have been written by her.

Slide 22 - Quiz

Choose the correct passive.

They are cleaning the house.
A
The house is cleaned by them.
B
The house was cleaned by them.
C
The house is being cleaned by them.
D
The house has been cleaned by them.

Slide 23 - Quiz

Make a passive:

Mike took the dog out.

Slide 24 - Open question

Make a passive:

Paula and Steve have built a sand castle.

Slide 25 - Open question

Slide 26 - Slide

I know the difference between active and passive voice.
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Slide 27 - Poll

I can change a sentence from active to passive.
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Slide 28 - Poll


Do:                   Unit 10 ex. 1-6 on Passives
Where:            Workbook, pp 67
Time:               Until the end of this lesson
Questions:      Online or in class

Not finished = homework --> write it down NOW!


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