Examples of  Active passive voice present perfect tense

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

Formula, Structure, Rules for the present perfect tense

Formula for  Active voice Passive voice

(auxiliary verb- has/have been+by)

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

Examples: 

 

Active: He has played football.

Passive: Football has been played by him.

 

Active: He has not played football.

Passive: Football has not been played by him.

 

Active: Has he played football?

Passive: Has football been played by him?

 

Active: Has he not played football?

Passive: Has football not been played by him?

 

Active: She has written a book.

Passive: A book has been written by her.

 

Active: She has not written a book.

Passive: A book has not been written by her.

 

Active: Has she written a book?

Passive: Has a book been written by her?

 

Active: Has she not written a book?

Passive: Has a book not been written by her?

 

Active: Hewlett-Packard has typed a document.

Passive: A document has been typed by Hewlett-Packard.

 

Active: Hewlett-Packard has not typed a document.

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

 

Active: Has Hewlett-Packard typed a document?

Passive: Has a document been typed by Hewlett-Packard? 

 

Active: Has Hewlett-Packard not typed a document?

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

 

Active: A cat has drunk milk.

Passive: Milk has been drunk by a cat.

 

Active: A cat has not drunk milk.

Passive: Milk has not been drunk by a cat.

 

Active: Has a cat drunk milk?

Passive: Has milk been drunk by a cat?

 

Active: Has a cat not drunk milk?

Passive: Has milk not been drunk by a cat?

 

Active: They have enjoyed a picnic.

Passive: A picnic has been enjoyed by them.

 

Active: They have not enjoyed a picnic.

Passive: A picnic has not been enjoyed by them.

 

Active: Have they enjoyed a picnic?

Passive: Has a picnic been enjoyed by them?

 

Active: Have they not enjoyed a picnic?

Passive: Has a picnic not been enjoyed by them?

 

Active: Tim Berners-Lee has entered the gate.

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

 

Active: Tim Berners-Lee has not entered the gate.

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

 

Active: Has Tim Berners-Lee entered the gate?

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

 

Active: Has Tim Berners-Lee not entered the gate?

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

 

Active: I have planted flowers.

Passive: Flowers have been planted by me.

 

Active: I have not planted flowers.

Passive: Flowers have not been planted by me.

 

Active: Have I planted flowers?

Passive: Have flowers been planted by me?

 

Active: Have I not planted flowers?

Passive: Have flowers not been planted by me?

 

Active: James Gosling has taken breakfast.

Passive: Breakfast has been taken by James Gosling.

 

 Active: James Gosling has not taken breakfast.

Passive: Breakfast has not been taken by James Gosling.

 

Active: Has James Gosling taken breakfast?

Passive: Has breakfast been taken by James Gosling?

 

 Active: Has James Gosling not taken breakfast?

Passive: Has breakfast not been taken by James Gosling?

 

Active: We have eaten mangoes.

Passive: Mangoes have been eaten by us.

 

Active: We have not eaten mangoes.

Passive: Mangoes have not been eaten by us.

 

Active: Have we eaten mangoes?

Passive: Have mangoes been eaten by us?

  

Active: Have we not eaten mangoes?

Passive: Have mangoes not been eaten by us?

 

Active: I have made noodles.

Passive: Noodles have been made by me.

 

Active: I have not made noodles.

Passive: Noodles have not been made by me.

 

Active: Have I made noodles?

Passive: Have noodles been made by me?

 

Active: Have I not made noodles?

Passive: Have noodles not been made by me?

 

Active: Linus has joined an office.

Passive: An office has been joined by Linus.

 

Active: Linus has not joined an office.

Passive: An office has not been joined by Linus.

 

Active: Has Linus joined an office?

Passive: Has an office been joined by Linus?

 

Active: Has Linus not joined an office?

Passive: Has an office not been joined by Linus?

 

Active: Torvalds has watered plants.

Passive: Plants have been watered by Torvalds.

 

Active: Torvalds has not watered plants.

Passive: Plants have not been watered by Torvalds.

 

Active: Has Torvalds watered plants?

Passive: Have plants been watered by Torvalds?

 

Active: Has Torvalds not watered plants?

Passive: Have plants not been watered by Torvalds?

 

  Active: Bill Gates has earned money.

Passive: Money has been earned by Bill Gates.

 

 

Active: Bill Gates has not earned money.

Passive: Money has not been earned by Bill Gates.

 

 Active: Has Bill Gates earned money?

Passive: Has money been earned by Bill Gates?

 

Active: Has Bill Gates not earned money?

Passive: Has money not been earned by Bill Gates?

 

Active: You have eaten pasta.

Passive: Pasta has been eaten by you.

 

Active: You have not eaten pasta.

Passive: Pasta has not been eaten by you.

 

Active: Have you eaten pasta?

Passive: Has pasta been eaten by you?

 

Active: Have you not eaten pasta?

Passive: Has pasta not been eaten by you?

 

Active: They have played a game.

Passive: A game has been played by them.

 

Active: They have not played a game.

Passive: A game has not been played by them.

 

Active: Have they played a game?

Passive: Has a game been played by them?

 

Active: Have they not played a game?

Passive: Has a game not been played by them?

 

Active: Steve Jobs has painted a picture.

Passive: A picture has been painted by Steve Jobs. 

 

Active: Steve Jobs has not painted a picture.

Passive: A picture has not been painted by Steve Jobs. 

 

Active: Has Steve Jobs painted a picture?

Passive: Has a picture been painted by Steve Jobs?

 

Active: Has Steve Jobs not painted a picture?

Passive: Has a picture not 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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