Voice Change of Present Perfect Tense



Voice Change of Present Perfect Tense:-
Positive: - Here are the tabular charts of active voice and passive voice in positive sentences of Present Perfect Tense. We can easily change an active voice into passive voice. Here are examples of how you can do it.
Active Voice:-
Structure of an Active Voice in Present Perfect Tense:-

Subject
Have/ Has
Past Participle of the Main Verb
Object
Conjugation:-
Person
Singular
Plural
1st (First)
I have played football.
We have played football.
2nd (Second)
You have played football.
You have played football.
3rd (Third)
He has played football.

They have played football.
She has played football.
It has played football.
Passive Voice:-
Structure of Passive Voice in Present Perfect Tense
Object
Have/ Has
Been
Past participle of main Verb(V3)
By
Subject

(the Subject takes an objective form if it is a personal pronoun in the active voice)

Person
Singular
Plural
1st(First)
Football has been played by me.
Football has been played by us.
2nd(Second)
Football has been played by you.
Football has been played by you.
3rd(Third)
Football has been played by him.

Football has been played by them.
Football has been played by her.
Football has been played by it.

The Persons and Numbers in the above table are written only to make you understand the difference between the active and the passive structures when we do change. Persons and Numbers will be changed according to the objects of the active voice which we use as the subjects in the passive voice.

Negative: - Here are the tabular charts of active voice and passive voice in negative sentences of Present Perfect Tense. We can easily change an active voice into passive voice. Here are examples of how we can do it.

Active Voice:-
Structure: - How an active voice in negative sentence of Present Perfect Tense formed is shown in the table below. You can easily understand the structure of a present perfect tense in Negative Sentence.
Structure of Negative Sentence in an Active Voice in Past Perfect Tense:-

Subject
Have /Has
Not
Past Participle of the main Verb
Object
Conjugation:-
Person
Singular
Plural
1st (First)
I have not played football.
We have not played football.
2nd (Second)
You have not played football.
You have not played football.
3rd (Third)
He has not played football.

They have not played football.
She has not played football.
It has not played football.

Passive Voice:-
Structure of Passive Voice in Negative Sentence of Present Perfect Tense
Object
Have/Has
Not
been
Past Participle of Main Verb
By
Subject

(the Subject takes an objective form if it is a personal pronoun in the active voice)


Person
Singular
Plural
1st (First)
Football has not been played by me.
Football has not been played by us.
2nd (Second)
Football has not been played by you.
Football has not been played by you.
3rd (Third)
Football has not been played by him.

Football has not been played by them.
Football has not been played by her.
Football has not been played by it.

The Persons and Numbers in the above table are written only to make you understand the difference between the active and the passive structures when we do change. Persons and Numbers will be changed according to the objects of the active voice which we use as the subjects in the passive voice.

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