Simple Future Passive

Forming Simple Future Passive

Affirmative FormObject + will + be + verb3 (past participle)
Question FormWill + object + be + verb3 (past participle)

Something be done by someone in the future.

Active : We will take the horses to the stable.
Passive: The horses will be taken to the stable.

Active : Will the manager sign the contract tomorrow.
Passive: Will the contract be signed by the manager tomorrow.

Active : Will the boss give me a job?
Passive: Will I be given a job by the boss?

Quick Exercise

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

1. Will he pick up the kids tomorrow?

2. The birds will eat those cookies.

3. My friends will visit him tomorrow.

4. The coach will throw a party on the weekend.

5. The next earthquake will destroy the city.

Correctness =
Correct answers:
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