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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #85627: Present , Past or Future Passive
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    Present , Past or Future Passive

    Present Simple

    active voice: Somebody cooks dinner.

    passive voice: Dinner is cooked by somebody.

    to be + Past Participle ( washed, cooked, done )

    Present Continuous

    active voice: Somebody is cooking dinner.

    passive voice: Dinner is being cooked by somebody.

    am / is / are + being + Past Participle

    Past Simple

    active voice: Somebody cooked dinner.

    passive voice: Dinner was cooked by somebody.

    was / were + Past Participle 

    Future Simple

    active voice: Somebody will cook dinner.

    passive voice: Dinner will be cooked by somebody.

    will + be + Past Participle

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    1. I last week. However, I am broke now.

    2. I how to use the old machine when I was a child. You needn't educate me.

    3. Our son candies only on Saturdays. Not every day.

    4. The dishes every day by Kate. She does it after breakfast.

    5. Do you see that large building? It at the moment.

    6. The project by tomorrow. Don't worry.

    7. Who for? - Tom is. I greatly look forward to seeing him!

    8. A new computer by my sister next week.

    9. Some old films by them every month.

    10. I clean my room but the flowers by my younger sister.

    11. The latest film by Spielberg in many cinemas now.

    12. Don't wear that old hat! You look like a clown and you at.

    13. The Great Wall of China thousands of years ago.

    14. New workers by the factory in two weeks. You should apply for this job.

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