how to form passive sentences in any tense

If you are not familiar with the passive voice, go first to the introductory lesson here:


Now that you understand the difference between the active and passive voices, we will look at how to construct passive sentences and questions in different tenses. Remember, you always need the verb TO BE in any passive construction.

This video from PapaEnglish (Papa Teach Me) will go over passive construction with funny examples:


The next videos go over question formation:

Have a pencil and sheet of paper ready for this next video! You will be tested on passive question formation:


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