In this video learn all rules with easy example and explanation for Active Passive in Future Indefinite Tense.
Active Passive Conversion for Future Indefinite Tense Sentences
Future Indefinite Tense: will/shall is used in these sentences
Rule: we don’t use be with will/shall in active sentences but while converting it to passive we use be after will/shall along with third form of the verb.
Always keep in mind the fact that when you change an active voice sentence to passive voice sentence, the meaning of the sentence shall not change.
Hence, Passive voice structure will be
Subject+ will/shall+be+ Verb (3rd form)+ Object
Let us learn it with the help of examples
Active Sentence: Rashmi will write a letter.
Passive Sentence: A letter will be written by Rashmi.
Active Sentence: Rashmi will not write a letter.
Passive Sentence: A letter will not be written by Rashmi.
Active Sentence: Will Rashmi write a letter?
Passive Sentence: Will a letter be written by Rashmi?
Word Interrogative Sentence:
Active Sentence: Who will write a letter?
Passive Sentence: By whom will a letter be written?
As said in previous video, please understand tenses before learning about active-passive voice.
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