Active and passive voice of the Present Continuous tense
Active voice: Subject (doer) + is/am/are + V1+ing + object
Passive voice: The object (receiver of the action) + is/am/are + being + V3 + (by the doer)
Active: She is taking a class.
(she = doer of the action, is = helping verb = taking = main verb, a class = receiver of the action)
Passive: A class is being taken by her.
(a class = the new subject, is being = helping verb = taking = main verb)
現在進行形の受動態では、現在の動作を受けているオブジェクト (動作の受信者) に焦点を当てます。動詞の時制は次を使用して形成されます“is/am/are + being + V3“.
- Active voice: Ashish is teaching English at this university.
- Passive voice: English is being taught by Ashish at this university.
- Active voice: They are making a movie about me.
- Passive voice: A movie about me is being made (by them).
- Active voice: A robot is serving food in this hotel.
- Passive voice: Food is being served by a robot in this hotel.
- Active voice: They are taking interviews for different posts.
- Passive voice: Interviews are being taken for different posts (by them).
- Active voice: The police are interrogating him right now.
- Passive voice: He is being interrogated (by the police right now).
- Active voice: Everybody is watching the final match.
- Passive voice: The final match is being watched by everyone.
- Active voice: Who is helping you in your project?
- Passive voice: Who are you being helped by in this project?
- Active voice: Ron is not training the kids.
- Passive voice: The kids are not being trained (by Ron).
- Active voice: Are they playing cricket right now?
- Passive voice: Is cricket being played by them right now?
- Active voice: Why is he not helping us?
- Passive voice: Why are we not being helped by him?
NOTA: el verbo auxiliar (is/am/are) puede ser diferente en la voz activa y pasiva de una oración. La voz activa (verbo) sigue al que realiza la acción, y la voz pasiva (verbo) sigue al receptor de la acción.
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Change the active voice of Present continuous tense into passive voice!
Sentences in the active voice:
- She is cooking food.
- My parents are making budget plans.
- The school is organizing a picnic.
- Everyone is praising your work.
- How are they doing it?
- I am not doing anything these days.
- Whom are you dating now?
- Is he not seeing a girl?
- Where are you giving classes?
- Jon is holding a press conference.
Sentences in the passive voice:
- Food is being cooked by her.
- Budget plans are being made by my parents.
- A picnic is being organized by the school.
- Your work is being praised by everyone.
- How is it being done by them?
- Nothing is being done these days by me.
- Whom is being dated by you now?
- Is a girl not being seen by him?
- Where are classes being given by you?
- A press conference is being held by Jon.
Use of IS/AM/ARE
|IS||he, she, it & singular noun names (Jon, Roxy, mother, doctor, chair, etc.)|
|AM||I (first-person pronoun)|
|ARE||you, we, they & plural noun names (people, friends, parents, doctors, chairs, etc.)|
The subject used with is, am, and are