Passive Voice

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THE PASSIVE VOICE. {*style:<b> PASSIVE TENSES AND ACTIVE EQUIVALENTS <u> </u></b>*}{*style:<u> </u>*} Notice that the tense of the verb to be in the passive voice is the same as the tense of the main verb in the active voice.


Example: keeps. Let / Make / Have / Get. The following is a mini-tutorial on the use of the causative verbs "let," "make," "have," and "get.

Let / Make / Have / Get

" After you have studied the tutorial, complete the associated exercises. If you already know how to use these verbs, you can skip the explanation and go directly to the exercises. Let. Causatives. The causative is a common structure in English.


It is used when one thing or person causes another thing or person to do something. This page will explain how causatives are formed, and how to use them. Basic causative structures There are two basic causative structures.