Active voice (Imperative sentences) to Passive voice - English Grammar lesson
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Imperative sentences are requests, commands, orders and instructions. The subject is hidden in an imperative sentence.
Example: Get out of the class! (‘you’ is hidden)
So, in this lesson, you will learn how to make imperative sentences I the passive voice.
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A very simple rule is to be followed when you make imperative passive sentences:
Let + Object + be + past participle verb (verb in the third form)
In case of a negative sentence, use:
Let + Object +not + be + past participle verb (verb in the third form)
Remember, the object is the person/thing on which action is done.
Active: Keep it there.
Passive: Let it be kept there.
Active: Take it home.
Passive: let it be taken home.
Please help me.
Passive: Let me be helped.
Active: Do not touch it.
Passive: Let it not be touched.
Do not beat the dog.
Passive: Let the dog not be beaten.
Active: Let me do it.
Passive: Let it be done by me.
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