Examples of Active passive voice future perfect tense

By Prof. Fazal Rehman Shamil
Last modified on March 3rd, 2022

Formula, Structure, and Rules for future perfect tense Active and passive voice

Formula for  Active voice Passive voice

(auxiliary verb- will/shall+have+been+by)

Simple subject+will/shall+have+verb(3)+object object+will/shall+have been+past participle(V3)+ by+subject
Negative subject+will/shall+not+have+verb+object object+will/shall+not+have been+past participle(V3)+by+subject
Interrogative will/shall+subject+have+verb+object will/shall+object+have been+past participle(V3)+by+subject
Interrogative+Negative will/shall+subject+not+have+verb+object will/shall+object+not+have been+past participle(V3)+by+subject

Examples: 

 

Active: He will have played football.

Passive: Football will have been played by him.

 

Active: He will not have played football.

Passive: Football will not have been played by him.

 

Active: Will he have played football?

Passive: Will football have been played by him?

 

Active: Will he not have played football?

Passive: Will football not have been played by him?

 

Active: She will have written a book.

Passive: A book will have been written by her.

 

Active: She will not have written a book.

Passive: A book will not have been written by her..

 

Active: Will she have written a book?

Passive: Will a book have been written by her?

 

Active: Will she not have written a book?

Passive: Will a book not have been written by her?

 

Active: Hewlett-Packard will have typed a document.

Passive: A document will have been typed by Hewlett-Packard.

 

Active: Hewlett-Packard will not have typed a document.

Passive: A document will not have been typed by Hewlett-Packard.

 

Active: Will Hewlett-Packard have typed a document?

Passive: Will  a document have been typed by Hewlett-Packard? 

 

Active: Will Hewlett-Packard not have typed a document?

Passive: Will  a document not have been typed by Hewlett-Packard? 

 

Active: A cat will have drunk milk.

Passive: Milk will have been drunk by a cat.

 

Active: A cat will not have drunk milk.

Passive: Milk will not have been drunk by a cat.

 

Active: Will a cat have drunk milk?

Passive: Will milk have been drunk by a cat?

 

Active: Will a cat not have drunk milk?

Passive: Will milk not have been drunk by a cat?

 

Active: They will have enjoyed a picnic.

Passive: A picnic will have been enjoyed by them.

 

Active: They will not have enjoyed a picnic.

Passive: A picnic will not have been enjoyed by them.

 

Active: Will they have enjoyed a picnic?

Passive: Will a picnic have been enjoyed by them?

 

Active: Will they not have enjoyed a picnic?

Passive: Will a picnic not have been enjoyed by them?

 

Active: Tim Berners-Lee will have entered the gate.

Passive: The gate will have been entered by Tim Berners-Lee.

 

Active: Tim Berners-Lee will not have entered the gate.

Passive: The gate will not have been entered by Tim Berners-Lee.

 

Active: Will Tim Berners-Lee have entered the gate?

Passive: Will the gate have been entered by Tim Berners-Lee?

 

Active: Will Tim Berners-Lee not have entered the gate?

Passive: Will the gate not have been entered by Tim Berners-Lee?

 

Active: I will have planted flowers.

Passive: Flowers will have been planted by me.

 

Active: I will not have planted flowers.

Passive: Flowers will not have been planted by me.

 

Active: Will I have planted flowers?

Passive: Will flowers have been planted by me?

 

Active: Will I not have planted flowers?

Passive: Will flowers not have been planted by me?

 

Active: James Gosling will have taken breakfast.

Passive: Breakfast will have been taken by James Gosling.

 

Active: James Gosling will not have taken breakfast.

Passive: Breakfast will not have been taken by James Gosling.

 

Active: Will James Gosling have taken breakfast?

Passive: Will breakfast have been taken by James Gosling?

 

Active: Will James Gosling not have taken breakfast?

Passive: Will breakfast not have been taken by James Gosling?

 

Active: We will have eaten mangoes.

Passive: Mangoes will have been eaten by us.

 

Active: We will  not have eaten mangoes.

Passive: Mangoes will not have been eaten by us.

 

Active: Will we have eaten mangoes?

Passive: Will mangoes have been eaten by us?

  

Active: Will we not have eaten mangoes?

Passive: Will mangoes not have been eaten by us?

 

Active: I will have made noodles.

Passive: Noodles will have been made by me.

 

Active: I will not have made noodles.

Passive: Noodles will not have been made by me.

 

Active: Will I have made noodles?

Passive: Will noodles have been made by me.

 

Active: Will I not have made noodles?

Passive: Will noodles not have been made by me?

 

Active: Linus will have joined an office.

Passive: An office will have been joined by Linus.

 

Active: Linus will not have joined an office.

Passive: An office will not have been joined by Linus.

 

Active: Will Linus have joined an office?

Passive: Will an office have been joined by Linus?

 

Active: Will Linus not have joined an office?

Passive: Will an office not have been joined by Linus?

 

Active: Torvalds will have watered plants.

Passive: Plants will have been watered by Torvalds.

 

Active: Torvalds will not have watered plants.

Passive: Plants will not have been watered by Torvalds.

 

Active: Will Torvalds have watered plants?

Passive: Will plants have been watered by Torvalds?

 

Active: Will Torvalds not have watered plants?

Passive: Will plants not have been watered by Torvalds?

 

 Active: Bill Gates will have earned money.

Passive: Money will have been earned by Bill Gates.

  

 Active: Bill Gates will not have earned money.

Passive: Money will not have been earned by Bill Gates.

 

Active: Will Bill Gates have earned money?

Passive: Will money have been earned by Bill Gates?

 

Active: Will Bill Gates not have earned money?

Passive: Will money not have been earned by Bill Gates?

 

Active: You will have eaten pasta.

Passive: Pasta will have been eaten by you.

 

Active: You will not have eaten pasta.

Passive: Pasta will not have been eaten by you.

 

Active: Will you have eaten pasta?

Passive: Will pasta have been eaten by you?

 

Active: Will you not have eaten pasta?

Passive: Will pasta not have been eaten by you?

 

Active: They will have played a game.

Passive: A game will have been played by them.

 

Active: They will not have played a game.

Passive: A game will not have been played by them.

 

Active: Will they have played a game?

Passive: Will a game have been played by them?

 

Active: Will they not have played a game?

Passive: Will a game not have been played by them?

 

Active: Steve Jobs will have painted a picture.

Passive: A picture will have been painted by Steve Jobs. 

 

Active: Steve Jobs will not have painted a picture.

Passive: A picture will not have been painted by Steve Jobs. 

 

Active: Will Steve Jobs have painted a picture?

Passive: Will a picture have been painted by Steve Jobs?

 

Active: Will Steve Jobs not have painted a picture?

Passive: Will a picture not have been painted by Steve Jobs?

Learn More About Active & Passive Voice

  1. Simple present tense – Active and passive voice
  2. Present continuous tense – Active passive voice
  3. Present perfect tense – Active passive voice
  4. Simple past tense – Active Passive voice
  5. Past continuous tense – Active passive voice
  6. Past perfect tense –  Active passive voice
  7. Simple future tense – Active passive voice
  8. Future perfect tense – Active passive voice
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