Passive Voice for Imperative Sentences

Passive Voice for Imperative Sentences 

We use imperative sentence to express command and request.

Request And Command
      Close the door.
      Turn off the light.
      Learn your lesson.

We use, auxiliary verb “be” in imperative sentence. We use “Let” in the beginning of the sentence in passive voice and uxiliary verb “be” is added after object in a sentence in passive voice.

Formula:- Let + object + be + 3rd form of the verb.

Passive voice for "Imperative Sentences"

Active Voice

Passive Voice

Close the door.

Let the door be closed.

Complete the task.

Let the task be completed.

Turn off the bulb.

Let the bulb be tuned off.

Give him a pen.

Let your pen be given to him.

Catch the rabbit.

Let the rabbit be caught.

beat him.

Let him be beaten.

Speak the truth.

Let the truth be spoken.

Help the old man.

Let the old man be helped.

Revise your lesson.

Let your lesson be revised.

Clean your room.

Let your room be cleaned.

passive voice and active

Passive voice rules for all tenses

Passive voice with modals

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