Passive Voice of Future Perfect Tense




Passive Voice of Future Perfect Tense :


I shall have read a novel. - (Active Voice)
A novel will have been read by me. - (Passive Voice)

I shall have manufactured Tyre. - (Active Voice)
Tyre will have been manufactured by me. - (Passive Voice)

We shall have made cakes. - (Active Voice)
Cakes will have been made by us. - (Passive Voice)

We shall have eaten apples. - (Active Voice)
Apples will have been eaten by us. - (Passive Voice)

You will have listened to music. - (Active Voice)
Music will have been listened to by you. - (Passive Voice)

You will have cooked Pizza. - (Active Voice)
Pizza will have been cooked by you. - (Passive Voice)

She will have sung a song. - (Active Voice)
A letter will have been sung by her. - (Passive Voice)

She will have written a letter. - (Active Voice)
A letter will have been written by her. - (Passive Voice)

They will have prepared dinner. - (Active Voice)
Dinner will have been prepared by them. - (Passive Voice)

They will have driven a car. - (Active Voice)
A car will have been driven by them. - (Passive Voice)

He will have bought oranges. - (Active Voice)
Oranges will have been bought by him. - (Passive Voice)

He will have typed an essay. - (Active Voice)
An essay will have been typed by him. - (Passive Voice)

It will have created problems for us. - (Active Voice)
Problems will have been created for us by it. - (Passive Voice)

It will have walked the distance. - (Active Voice)
The distance will have been walked by it.











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