Englisch/Grammatik/Passive/Passive mit Hilfsverben

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Im Passiv besteht das Verb aus zwei Bestandteilen:

Form von "to be" past participle

Wenn vor dem Verb ein Hilfsverb vorangestellt wird, folgt nach dem Hilfsverb immer das nächste Verb im Infintiv:

The passive   can be learned easily.

Interactive exercises

School in 100 years

Put in the correct forms of will or won't and the form of to be and the past participle:

1. Children will be taught(teach) by machines not by teachers.

2. Children won't be taught (not, teach) in schools, but at home.

3. Every pupil will be given (give) a computer.

4. They will be tested (test) by computers.

5. Pupils will be sent (send) to different countries to learn the languages.  

1. Children will be taught(teach) by machines not by teachers.

2. Children won't be taught (not, teach) in schools, but at home.

3. Every pupil will be given (give) a computer.

4. They will be tested (test) by computers.

5. Pupils will be sent (send) to different countries to learn the languages.

This must be done!

Rewrite these sentences in the passive.

1. Someone must tell them about the problem.

    They must be told() about the problem!

2. They can't find the two boys anywhere.

    The two boys can't be found () anywhere.

3. Pupils should not leave garbage in the classrooms.

    Garbage shouldn't be left() in the classrooms.

4. Somebody might steal your bike if you leave it there.

    Your bike might be stolen() if you leave it there.

5. The teacher had to end the lesson ten minutes early.

    The lesson had to be ended() ten minutes early.

6. They could not play the match in such cold weather.

    The match couldn't be played() in such cold weather.

1. Someone must tell them about the problem.

    They must be told() about the problem!

2. They can't find the two boys anywhere.

    The two boys can't be found () anywhere.

3. Pupils should not leave garbage in the classrooms.

    Garbage shouldn't be left() in the classrooms.

4. Somebody might steal your bike if you leave it there.

    Your bike might be stolen() if you leave it there.

5. The teacher had to end the lesson ten minutes early.

    The lesson had to be ended() ten minutes early.

6. They could not play the match in such cold weather.