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Active and Passive Voice of Present Perfect Tense

Active and Passive Voice of Present Perfect Tense
Active and Passive Voice of Present Perfect Tense


in the article below I am going to elaborate active and passive voice of present perfect tense. Structures of affirmative, interrogative, negative, negative interrogative and WH information questions along with examples. In addition, click Active and Passive Voice Complete Rules, you might find this useful too.

Active and Passive Voice of Present Perfect Tense

Affirmatives

  • Active: S + have/has + V3 + object + ROTS
    He has written a poem.
  • Passive: S + have/has + been + V3 + prep + object + ROTS
    A poem has been written by him.

Interrogatives

  • Active: Have/Has + S + V3 + object + ROTS
    Has he written a poem?
  • Passive: Have/Has + S + been + V3 + prep + object
    Has a poem been written by him?

Negatives

  • Active: S + have/has + not + V3 + object + ROTS
    He has not/ hasn`t written a poem.
  • Passive: S + have/has + not + been + V3 + prep + object + ROTS
    A poem has not/hasn`t been written by him.

Negative interrogatives

  • Active: Have/Has not + S + V3 + object + ROTS
    Hasn`t he written a poem?
  • Passive: Have/Has not + S + been + V3 + prep + object + ROTS
    Hasn`t a poem been written by him?

WH/Information questions

  • Active: WH + have/has + S + V3 + object + ROTS
    Why have they killed him?
  • Passive: WH + have/has + S + been + V3 + prep + object + ROTS
    Why has he been killed by them?
More Sentences:

Affirmative: 

  • Active: They have won the final.
  • Passive: The final has been won by them.

Negative: 

  • Active: They have not won the final.
  • Passive: The final has not been won by them.

Interrogative: 

  • Active: Have they won the final?
  • Passive: Has the final been won by them?

Negative interrogative: 

  • Active: Haven’t they won the final?
  • Passive: Hasn’t the final been won by them? 

WH/Information questions

  • Active: Why have they won the final?
  • Passive: Why has the final been won by them?

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2 comments

anish habib May 1, 2018 at 1:55 pm

what does ROTS mean?

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BISMO May 1, 2018 at 3:26 pm

(ROTS)Rest of the sentence

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