Examples of Active passive voice simple future tense

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

Formula for  Active voice Passive voice

(auxiliary verb- will/shall+be+by)

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

 

Examples: 

 

Active: He will play football.

Passive: Football will be played by him.

 

Active: He will not play football.

Passive: Football will not be played by him.

 

Active: Will he play football?

Passive: Will football be played by him?

 

Active: Will he not play football?

Passive: Will football not be played by him?

 

Active: She will write a book.

Passive: A book will be written by her.

 

Active: She will not write a book.

Passive: A book will not be written by her.

 

Active: Will she write a book?

Passive: Will a book be written by her?

 

Active: Will she not write a book?

Passive: Will a book not be written by her?

 

Active: Hewlett-Packard will type a document.

Passive: A document will be typed by Hewlett-Packard.

 

Active: Hewlett-Packard will not type a document.

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

 

Active: Will Hewlett-Packard type a document?

Passive: Will a document be typed by Hewlett-Packard?

 

Active: Will Hewlett-Packard not type a document?

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

 

Active: A cat will drink milk.

Passive: Milk will be drunk by a cat.

 

Active: A cat will not drink milk.

Passive: Milk will not be drunk by a cat.

 

Active: Will a cat drink milk?

Passive: Will milk be drunk by a cat?

 

Active: Will a cat not drink milk?

Passive: Will milk not be drunk by a cat?

 

Active: They will enjoy a picnic.

Passive: A picnic will be enjoyed by them.

 

Active: They will not enjoy a picnic.

Passive: A picnic will not be enjoyed by them.

 

Active: Will they enjoy a picnic?

Passive: Will a picnic be enjoyed by them?

 

Active: Will they not enjoy a picnic?

Passive: Will a picnic not be enjoyed by them?

 

Active: Tim Berners-Lee will enter the gate.

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

 

Active: Tim Berners-Lee will not enter the gate.

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

 

Active: Will Berners-Lee enter the gate?

Passive: Will the gate be entered by Berners-Lee?

 

Active: Will Berners-Lee not enter the gate?

Passive: Will the gate not be entered by Berners-Lee?

 

Active: I will plant flowers.

Passive: Flowers will be planted by me.

 

Active: I will not plant flowers.

Passive: Flowers will not be planted by me.

 

Active: Will I plant flowers?

Passive: Will flowers be planted by me?

 

Active: Will I not plant flowers?

Passive: Will flowers not be planted by me?

 

Active: James Gosling will take breakfast.

Passive: Breakfast will be taken by James Gosling.

 

Active: James Gosling will not take breakfast.

Passive: Breakfast will not be taken by James Gosling.

 

Active: Will James Gosling take breakfast?

Passive: Will breakfast be taken by James Gosling?

 

Active: Will James Gosling not take breakfast?

Passive: Will breakfast not be taken by James Gosling?

 

Active: We will eat mangoes.

Passive: Mangoes will be eaten by us.

 

Active: We will not eat mangoes.

Passive: Mangoes will not be eaten by us.

 

Active: Will we eat mangoes?

Passive: Will mangoes be eaten by us?

 

Active: Will we not eat mangoes?

Passive: Will mangoes not be eaten by us?

 

Active: I will make noodles.

Passive: Noodles will be made by me.

 

Active: I will not make noodles.

Passive: Noodles will not be made by me.

 

Active: Will I make noodles?

Passive: Will noodles be made by me?

 

Active: Will I not make noodles?

Passive: Will noodles not be made by me?

 

Active: Linus will join an office.

Passive: An office will be joined by Linus.

 

Active: Linus will not join an office.

Passive: An office will not be joined by Linus.

 

Active: Will Linus join an office?

Passive: Will Linus be joined an office?

 

Active: Will Linus not join an office?

Passive: Will Linus not be joined an office?

 

Active: Torvalds will water plants.

Passive: Plants will be watered by Torvalds.

 

Active: Torvalds will not water plants.

Passive: Plants will not be watered by Torvalds.

 

Active: Bill Gates  will earn money.

Passive: Money will be earned by Bill Gates.

 

Active: Bill Gates will not earn money.

Passive: Money will not be earned by Bill Gates.

 

Active: Will Bill Gates earn money?

Passive: Will money be earned by Bill Gates?

 

Active: Will Bill Gates not earn money?

Passive: Will money not be earned by Bill Gates?

 

Active: You will eat pasta.

Passive: Pasta will be eaten by you.

 

Active: You will not eat pasta.

Passive: Pasta will not be eaten by you.

 

Active: Will you eat pasta?

Passive: Will pasta be eaten by you?

 

Active: Will you not eat pasta?

Passive: Will pasta not be eaten by you?

 

Active: They will play a game.

Passive: A game will be played by them.

 

Active: They will not play a game.

Passive: A game will not be played by them.

 

Active: Will they play a game?

Passive: Will a game be played by them?

 

Active: Will they not play a game?

Passive: Will a game not be played by them?

 

Active: Steve Jobs will paint a picture.

Passive: A picture will be painted by Steve Jobs.

 

Active: Steve Jobs will not paint a picture.

Passive: A picture will not be painted by Steve Jobs

 

Active: Will Steve Jobs paint a picture?

Passive: Will a picture be painted by Steve Jobs?

 

Active: Will Steve Jobs not paint a picture?

Passive: Will a picture not be 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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