Going To Future Passive

Forming Going To Future Passive

Affirmative FormObject + am / is / are + going to + be + verb3 (past participle)
Question FormAm / is / are + object + going to + be + verb3 (past participle)

Something is going to be done by someone in the future. (Planned)

Active : Is anybody going to invite me?
Passive: Am I going to be invited by anybody?

Active : I am going to pay his debts.
Passive: His debts are going to be paid by me.

Active : The police are going to investigate the case.
Passive: The case is going to be investigated by the police.

Quick Exercise

Put the following sentences into passive voice. (will future passive)

1. Are they going to feed the cats?

2. Who is going to pay the bill?

3. The teacher is going to give me a second chance.

4. Disneyland is going to give us a big discount.

5. They are going to train me for the job.

Correctness =
Correct answers:
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