Learn Active and Passive Voice – Class 9 English Grammar
Voice Class 9 English Grammar – The active voice describes a sentence where the subject performs the action stated by the verb.
Use of Active and Passive voice
It is a transitive verb which shows whether the subject is the doer or some action is done to it.
Example- Aarti cooked food.
In this sentence, Aarti is the subject and she is the doer of the action (cooked food). This sentence is an active voice
The passive voice of this sentence will be –
Food was cooked by Aarti.
Here, the subject is food which was an object in the active voice. Here the action is done by someone (Aarti).
Rules for changing the voice of a sentence
- In converting the activity into a passive voice the object of the sentence becomes the subject of the verb.
- The verb used with the object is changed into past particle.
- According to the tense, the form of the verb changes.
How to change the active voice into passive voice in the pronoun?
The subject case will be converted into an objective case as follows
- I will become by me.
- We will become by us.
- You will become by you
- He will become by him
- She will become by her
- IT will become by it.
- They will become by them.
How to change tense inactive to passive voice?
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