Examples of Active passive voice simple future tense

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

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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