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Active and Passive Voice

Active and Passive Voice

Active and Passive Voice. Latin II Grammar Review: Lesson 5a. Characteristics of Verbs. Verbs have five basic characteristics Person Number Tense Voice Mood. Voice. Voice indicates whether the subject is doing or is receiving the action of the verb

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Passive Verbs

Passive Verbs

Passive Verbs. Change the following verbs from active to passive or vice versa. Keep the same person and number. Translate after changing. Teneo Amamus Vident Datur Vocamini Narrat. Ablative of Agent/Instrument. Translate: Vir (a) nautis videtur . Agri (a) bono agricolā curantur .

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Active and Passive Verbs

Active and Passive Verbs

Active and Passive Verbs. Active. When the subject of the sentence is doing something the verb is active. E.g. The man wore a grey hat. Subject – man verb – wore object – hat. Passive. When the object of the sentence is having something done to it, the verb is passive.

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Active and Passive Verbs

Active and Passive Verbs

Active and Passive Verbs. Active. When the subject of the sentence is doing something the verb is active. E.g. The man wore a grey hat. Subject – man verb – wore object – hat. Passive. When the object of the sentence is having something done to it, the verb is passive.

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ACTIVE V PASSIVE VERBS

ACTIVE V PASSIVE VERBS

ACTIVE V PASSIVE VERBS. Tutorial. A tutorial. http://www.espressoenglish.net/passive-voice-examples-exercises-present-past/. Another tutorial. http://www.uark.edu/campus-resources/qwrtcntr/resources/handouts/activepassive.htm. Good links.

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Active and Passive Verbs

Active and Passive Verbs

Active and Passive Verbs. Level 4. Active Voice. In sentences written in active voice, the subject performs the action expressed in the verb; the subject acts. Passive Voice.

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Active vs. Passive Verbs

Active vs. Passive Verbs

Active vs. Passive Verbs. Look !. Passive verbs make weak sentences. The book was sold by Misha . Active verbs create strong sentences. Misha sold a book. . What is the Active Voice?. In the active voice, the subject performs the action. For example: Maxim draws a picture.

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Active and Passive Verbs

Active and Passive Verbs

Active and Passive Verbs. Active Verbs. The verb is active if the subject is doing the action Tommy threw the ball. The subject, Tommy, is doing the action. Passive Verbs. A verb is passive if the subject does not do the action. A ball was thrown by Tommy.

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Perfect Passive Participles

Perfect Passive Participles

Perfect Passive Participles. Perfect Passive Participles, like Present Participles, are verbal adjectives. Present Participles, in Latin, are 3 rd Declension Adjectives. Present Participles are translated “______ ing ” Examples: Video virum ambulantem – I see the walking man.

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Perfect Passive System

Perfect Passive System

Perfect Passive System. How to form it: The 4 th principal part (perfect passive participle) + a form of the verb ‘to be’ How to translate it: Perfect: was ___ed, have been ____ed Pluperfect: had been ___ed Future Perfect: shall/will have been ___ed.

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Perfect Passive System

Perfect Passive System

Perfect Passive System. Present tense of sum SUM ES EST. Click button for answer. Let’s review. (Need a hint?) SUM ES EST. SUMUS ESTIS SUNT. Let’s review. Now, let’s translate these verbs into English. Present tense of sum SUM I am ES you are EST he/she/it is.

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