Present Perfect Passive


Forming Present Perfect Passive


Affirmative FormObject + have / has + been + verb3 (past participle)
Question FormHave / has + object + been + verb3 (past participle)


Something has been done by someone at sometime up to now.

Active : They have cleaned the clinic.
Passive: The clinic has been cleaned by them.

Active : Thomas has written many books.
Passive: Many books have been written by Thomas.

Active : Have the police caught the man?
Passive: Has the man been caught by the police?

Active : UPS has delivered the letters.
Passive: The letters have been delivered by UPS.


Quick Exercise


Put the following sentences into passive voice. (present perfect passive)

1. Has the surgeon performed the operation?
?

2. Has Lionel signed the contract?
?

3. Our salesmen have sold all the carpets.
.

4. The zookeepers have captured the lion in the forest.
.

5. Dr. Phillips have treated all the patients.
.

6. Have the customers paid you?
?

7. Everybody has approved Joana's suggestion.
.

Correctness =
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