Voice Change Just in 5 steps: Full Clear Concept Of Voice Lesson in English

Clear Concept about Voice Change with Examples

Step-1:

Subject and Object

How to change Subject - Object to Active to Passive is given in the table below. Take a good look and if you don't remember it, there will be a possibility of giving wrong answers while making a voice.
SubjectObjectSubjectObject
I me he Him
we us she Her
you you they them
who whom whom Who
This Table is also important for Narration , Changing Sentence.
 
Step-2:

Change Of Tense

How to change the tense is given in the table. Remember that if you can't change the tense, it will not be possible to voice, so you have to remember the content given in this table.
Active Passive
Indefinite Continuos
Continuos Continuos+being
Perfect Perfect continuos
Conditional:
Would buyWould be bought
If you have trouble understanding what is on the table -
There is a little bit of writing so that you can remember
Active > Passive
Present Indefinite > Present Continuous
Present Continuous > Present Continuous + being
Present Perfect > Present Perfect Continuous

Voice change according to sentence

Step-3:

Assertive Sentence

First identify the sentence in a sentence. If you understand that the sentence is in the Assertive Sentence, then it will be done according to the structure given below.
Examples:
Active: Sumi writes a letter.
Passive: A letter is written by Sumi.
Active: Rumi draws a picture.
Passive: A picture is drawn by Rumi.
Active: The old man stopped the guest.
Passive: The guest was stopped by the old man.
Active: He gave her the pen.
Passive: The pen was given to her by him. / She was given the pen by him.
Active: We should do our duties.
Passive: Our duties should be done by us.
Active: Rani was singing a song.
Passive: A song was being sung by Rani.
Active: Suman will help me.
Passive: I shall be helped by Suman.
Active: We had finished the work.
Passive: The work had been finished by us.

Step-4:

Interrogative Sentence

First identify the sentence in a sentence. If you understand that the sentence is in Interrogative Sentence, then it will be done according to the structure given below.
Starting with auxilary verb -

Examples:
Active: Are you doing this work ?
Passive: Is this work being done by you ?

Active: Was she reading a novel ?
Passive: Was a novel being read by her ?
 
Starting with Interrogative pronoun – 
Structure: Interrogative pronoun + verb + Subject + other verb + by / to + object case
Examples:
Active: Who has done this work ?
Passive: By Whom has this work been done ?

Active: When did you do this work ?
Passive: When was this work done by you ?
 
Step-5:

Imparative sentence

First identify the sentence in a sentence. If you understand that the sentence is in Imparative Sentence, then it will be done according to the structure given below.
Examples:
Active: Carry it home.
Passive: Let it be carried home.
 
Active: Do it at once.
Passive: Let it be done at once.
 
Active: Open the door.
Passive: Let the door be opened.
 
Active: Throw the ball.
Passive: Let the ball be thrown.

Step-6:

Optative sentence

First identify the sentence in a sentence. If you understand that the sentence is in the Optative Sentence, then it will be done according to the structure given below.
Examples:
Active: May Allah help us.
Passive: May we be helped by Allah.
 
Active: May I complete my project.
Passive: May my project be completed by me.

Active: May this business give you your requirement.
Passive: May your requirement be given to you by this business.
 
Active: May I purchase a new iPhone.
Passive: May the new iPhone be purchased by me.

Active: May the poor also live a long life.
Passive: May long life be also lived by the poor.

Active: May your child get a good height.
Passive: May good height be gotten by your child.

Active: May you get the first position.
Passive: May the first position be gotten by you.

Active: May you live a long life.
Passive: May long life be lived by you.

Active: May they earn good profit.
Passive: May good profit be earned by them.

Active: May our country achieve good GDP.
Passive: May good GDP be achieved by our country.

Active: May my son get good marks.
Passive: May good marks be gotten by my son.

Active: May the World get peace and prosperity.
Passive: May the peace and prosperity be gotten by the World.

Active: May the Government pave this way.
Passive: May this way be paved by the Government.

Active: May the farmers earn reasonable crops outcome.
Passive: May reasonable crops outcome be earned by the farmers.

Active: May we solve this question.
Passive: May this question be solved by us.
 

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