Passive +
Present Perfect
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Remember!
• Shakespeare wrote
‘Hamlet’.
• ‘Hamlet’ was written
by Shakespeare.
• They grow oranges in
California.
• Oranges are grown in
California.
• You can’t wash this
dress.
• This dress can’t be
washed.
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Remember!
With the Simple Past we
use:
With the Simple Past passive
we use:
• Shakespeare wrote
• ‘Hamlet’ was written
‘Hamlet’.
by Shakespeare.
– wrote
• was written
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With the simple present we
use:
With the simple present
passive we use:
• They grow oranges
in California.
• Oranges are grown
in California.
– grow
– are grown
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After a Modal Verb we use: After a Modal Verb + passive
we use:
• This dress can’t be
• You can’t wash that washed.
dress.
– can’t wash
– can’t be
washed
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Present perfect passive
• When we use the passive voice with a
present perfect tense, we must use two
participles together:
• He has already finished the painting.
• The painting has already been
finished.
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Present perfect passive
Two participles together:
• has finished
• has been finished.
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Present perfect passive
• They have invited Joey
to the party.
• Joey has been invited to
the party.
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Present perfect passive
• They have just robbed
Peter.
• Peter has just been
robbed.
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Present perfect passive
• They have repaired the road.
• The road has been repaired.
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Passive + Present Perfect