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Be, have, do, make, etc.
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The 'zero' article : : Indefinite articles : : Definite articles : : Questions with like : : Question tags : : Time prepositions : : Reported Speech : : Simple passive : : Continuous passive : : Because and because of : : To, for, so that : : '-ed' and '-ing' adjectives : : Need + verb-ing : : Have something done : : Must : : Have to / don't have to : : Used to : : Wish + Past Perfect : :
This week, we're looking at simple passives - are they as simple as we would like them to be?

There are three main elements to a simple passive sentence: the 'passive subject', the verb 'to be' and the past participle of the verb.

Present simple

passive subject 'to be' past participle  
Paper is made from wood
Tigers are found in India

Past simple

passive subject 'to be' past participle  
The bridge was opened in 1977
The pyramids were built by the Egyptians

Past simple questions

question word 'to be' passive subject past participle
When was this house built?
Who was the book written by?

Passive Voice. Упражнения и таблицы для школьников