Future simple passive
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PDF exercises to download for free:
- Our life at the end of this century. Complete sentences.
Everything about you ___ . (monitor)
Everything about you will be monitored.
- Rewrite sentences from the active to passive voice.
We will deliver your parcel as soon as possible.
Your parcel ___ as soon as possible.
- What will be done before the birthday party?
invitations | send
Invitations will be sent.
- Choose correct options.
Manchester City will be beaten | will beat in this match.
- Complete the interview with the mayor of the town of Ripley.
Interviewer: I've read your investment plan for the town of Ripley. When ___ by the local council? (the plan - adopt)
Online exercises with answers:
- Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets.
- Change the sentences from the active to passive voice.
- Choose the correct answers.
- Complete the dialogue.
Passive voice - online exercises Passive forms of all tenses.
Passive voice - PDF exercises Free PDF worksheets on all passive forms.
Grammar rules PDF:
Passive voice rules PDF Grammar rules with examples to download for free.
English grammar PDF All PDF rules on e-grammar.org.
All these worksheets are written for elementary - advanced students of English as a foreign language.
Future simple - passive voice
The future simple passive is made with will + be + the past participle of a verb (invited, delivered / forbidden, made).
I hope I will be invited to Sharon's birthday party.
Your message will be delivered immediately.
Cigarettes will be forbidden in public places sooner or later.
We make questions in the future simple passive by changing the word order of a statement.
Will you be invited to Sharon's party?
When will the message be delivered?
Will cigarettes be forbidden in public places?
The negative forms are made by adding 'not' after 'will'.
I am afraid I will not be invited to the party.
Your message will not be delivered immediatelly.
Cigarettes will not be forbidden in all public places.
The future simple passive is the only passive form of the future tense. The future continuous tense is not normally used in the passive voice.
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