Day 58-Spoken English to teachers - Active voice-Passive Voice in Future tense

Day 58-Spoken English to teachers - Active voice-Passive Voice in Future tense

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SPOKEN ENGLISH DAY-58 (25-5-2016)
_Future Passive voice_
Dear friends
Let's learn today to form passive sentences in future tense.
When rewriting active sentences in passive voice, note the following:
- the object of the active sentence becomes the subject of the passive sentence
-  Be forms in the present are used ( was/were, been , being)
-  Past participle form of verb (V3) is used.
-  the subject of the active sentence becomes the object of the passive sentence (or is dropped)

Simple Future tense
Active sentence :
subject + will + V1+ object

Passive sentence :
Object as subject + will be + V3 + by + subject as object

Eg:
1. The head master will honour the meritorious students of the school . ( A.V.)
The meritorious students of the school will be honoured by the head master. ( P.V.)
2. He will submit the project report to the teacher . ( A.V.)
The project report will be submitted by him to the teacher .( P.V.)
3. I won't delay the work. . ( A.V.)
The work won't be delayed by me. (P.V.)

Future continuous tense.
Active sentence :
subject + will be + V1ing +object
Passive sentence :
Object as subject + will be + being + V3 + by + subject as object
Eg:
1. The head master will be honouring the meritorious students of the school . ( A.V.)
The meritorious students of the school will be being honoured by the head master. ( P.V.)
2. He will be submitting the project report to the teacher . ( A.V.)
The project report will be being submitted by him to the teacher .( P.V.)
3. I won't be delaying the work. . ( A.V.)
The work won't be better being delayed by me. (P.V.)

Future perfect tense:
Active sentence :
subject + will have + V3+ object
Passive sentence :
Object as subject + will have been + V3 + by + subject as object
Eg:
1. The head master will have honoured the meritorious students of the school . ( A.V.)
The meritorious students of the school will have been honoured by the head master. ( P.V.)
2. He will have submitted the project report to the teacher . ( A.V.)
The project report will have been submitted by him to the teacher .( P.V.)
3. I won't have delayed the work. . ( A.V.)
The work won't have been delayed by me. (P.V.)

Future perfect continuous tense:
Active sentence :
subject + will have been + V1 ing +object
Passive sentence :
Object as subject + will have been + being + V3 + by + subject as object
Eg:
1. The head master will have been honouring the meritorious students of the school . ( A.V.)
The meritorious students of the school will have been being honoured by the head master. ( P.V.)
2. He will have been submitting the project report to the teacher . ( A.V.)
The project report will have been being submitted by him to the teacher .( P.V.)
3. I won't have been delaying the work. . ( A.V.)
The work won't have been being delayed by me. (P.V.)

Note: 
Generally future continuous tense, future perfect tense , future perfect continuos passives are not used in the spoken language.
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