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Sunday, 26 October 2014

Active and passive voice with Imperative Sentences

Active and passive voice with Imperative Sentences
These are the sentences in which we express our feeling and emotions like command, order, advice, and request.
Rules
1. Lets + new object + be/Not be +past participle or 3rd form.
2. For sentences containing, Request, advice and order, we will use you are Requested to, advised to and ordered to .
Note: Always remove please and kind if they are given in the sentence.
Active Voice
Passive Voice
Shut the door.
Let the door be shut.
Post the letter at once.
Let the letter be posted at once.
Always speak the truth.
Let the truth always be spoken.
Do not starve the cow.
Let the cow not be starved.
Let him help his brother.
Let his brother be helped by him.
Clean your room.
Let your room be cleaned.
Learn your lesson.
Let your lesson be learnt.
Please do me a favor tonight
You are requested to do me a favor tonight.
Get out of my house.
You are ordered to get out of mu house.
Kindly do not smoke in public place.
You are requested not to smoke in public place
 To make passive voice, first of all you have to use following rules.
  1.Change the object into subject. If in object, we have a pronoun (What is a Pronoun?) of object case convert that by following rules.
me
I
You
You
her
She
them
They
us
We
him
He
it
It
whom
Who
   2. Change the subject into object. And use by before the object. If in subject, we have a pronoun of nominative case convert that by the following rules.
I
by me
You
by you
She
by her
They
by them
We
by us
He
by him
It
by it
Who
by whom
Some basic rules of active voice and voice are given below
  • First of all, find subject, object and the main verb it means find SVO .
  • Convert the object into subject.
  • Use the suitable helping verb or auxiliary verb according to the tense. If helping verb is given, use verb as it is. But note that the helping verb used should be according to the object.
  • Convert the verb into past participle or 3rd form of the verb.
  • Use the preposition (what is preposition?) “by”.

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