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The word “will” belongs to the language group “modal verb” in the English language. Let us check the use of “will” in the passive voice.

The form of the modal verb “will” remains unchanged in both active and passive voice, though there is an addition of “be” or “been” in the passive voice according to tense form.

Let us check facts and explanations related to the use of “will” and the application of “will” while changing a sentence from active to passive mode.

When to use “will” in passive voice?

The modal verb “will” is all about probability in the future, which means that what has already happened or is happening can not be predicted by “will”. Let us check the use of “will” in the passive voice.

The modal verb “will” served below-listed purposes in both active and passive voice.

DoelvoorbeeldVerduideliking
1. To predict or show belief about an incident or an event to occur in the futureActive Voice: Rajib will pass the barrier with flying colors.  

Passive Voice: The barrrier will be passed by Rajib with flying colors.
The word “be” has been placed after the modal verb “will” along with the past participle form of the verb “pass” in passive voice because the sentence is in “Simple Future Tense”.
2. To make a promiseActive Voice: I will protect you from all types of office problems.  

Passive Voice: You will be protected by me from all types of office problems.
The word “be” has been placed after the modal verb “will” along with the past participle form of the verb “protect” in passive voice because the sentence is in “Simple Future Tense”.
3. To make a offerActive Voice: Sandip will provide the necessary food to the tourists at his lodge.

Passive Voice: The necessary food will be provided by Sandip to the tourists at his lodge.
The word “be” has been placed after the modal verb “will” along with the past participle form of the verb “provide” in passive voice because the sentence is in “Simple Future Tense”.
4. To do a requestActive Voice: Will you help me to solve the tricky math problem?  

Passive Voice: Will I be helped by you to solve the tricky math problem?
The word “be” has been placed after the modal verb “will” along with the past participle form of the verb “help” in passive voice because the sentence is in “Simple Future Tense”.
List of purposes to use the modal verb “will”

How to use “will” in passive voice?

There are some specific structures to be followed while using “will” in passive voice. Let us see the way to use "sal" in passive voice.

Tense Formstruktuurvoorbeeld
1. Simple Future Tense ( Active Voice )Subject + will + root/base form of verb + objectSandip will supply mineral water bottles to the sports team of our area.
2. Simple Future Tense ( Passive Voice )The subject (the object of the active voice will be the subject of the passive voice) + will + be + past participle form of verb + by + object (the subject of the active voice must be placed as the object of the passive voice).Mineral water bottles will be supplied by Sandip to the sports team of our area.
3. Future Perfect Tense ( Active Voice )Subject + will + have + past participle form of verb + objectMina will have finished homework before Sunday.
4. Future Perfect Tense ( Passive Voice )The subject (the object of the active voice will be the subject of the passive voice) + will + have + been + past participle form of verb + by + object (the subject of the active voice must be placed as the object of the passive voice).Homework will have been finished by Mina before Sunday.
Structures of using “would” in both active and passive voice

Examples of “will” used in passive voice-

Let us go through various examples and related explanations of passive voice sentences which are framed with “will”.

Example in Active VoiceExample in Passive VoiceVerduideliking
1. They will take the police dogs for training.The police dogs will be taken by them for training.The modal verb “will” remains unchanged in both active and passive voice, though there is an addition of “be” along with the past participle form “taken” of the verb “take” in the passive voice of the sentence in “simple future tense”.
2. They will have finished the training of the police dogs on time.The training of the police dogs will have been finished by them on time.The modal verb “will” remains unchanged in both active and passive voice, though there is an addition of “have been” along with the past participle form “finished” of the verb “finish” in the passive voice of the sentence in “future perfect tense”.
3. Ramen will sign the business contract with Pijush about our new food café.The business contract with Pijush will be signed by Ramen about our new food café.The modal verb “will” remains unchanged in both active and passive voice, though there is an addition of “be” along with the past participle form “signed” of the verb “sign” in the passive voice of the sentence in “simple future tense”.
4. They will have received our letter before next week.Our letter will have been received by them before next week.The modal verb “will” remain unchanged in both active and passive voice though there is addition of “have been” along with past participle form “received” of the verb “receive” in the passive voice of the sentence in “future perfect tense”.
5. They will eat the entire chicken sandwich in an hour.The entire chicken sandwich will be eaten by them in an hour.The modal verb “will” remains unchanged in both active and passive voice though there is an addition of “be” along with the past participle form “eaten” of the verb “eat” in the passive voice of the sentence in “simple future tense”.
Examples of “will” used in both active and passive voice

When to use “would” in passive voice?

The past form of the word "sal" is “would” and it also belongs to the language group of “modal verbs”. Let us check the use of “would” in the passive voice.

We can use the modal verb “would” to serve the below-listed purposes in both the active and passive voice of the same sentence.

DoelExample in Active VoiceSame Sentence in Passive VoiceVerduideliking
1. To describe a past situationRenu would have brought some eggs for the cake but she did not.Some eggs would have been brought by Renu, but she didn’t.The modal verb “would” is in use to describe a past event and the word “would” remains unchanged in both active and passive voice, though there is an addition of “been” in the passive voice.
2. To show an expectationThey would have bought the chocolate factory from me, but they denied it.The chocolate factory would have been bought by them from me, but they denied it.The modal verb “would” is in use to show an expectation and the word “would” remains unchanged in both active and passive voice, though there is an addition of “been” in the passive voice.
3. To do offer / To do a requestWould you like to use my help to solve the math problem in your last assignment?Would my help be used by you to solve the math problem in your last assignment?The modal verb “would” is in use to do offer and the word “would” remains unchanged in both active and passive voice, though there is an addition of “been” in the passive voice.
List of purposes to use the modal verb “would”

Examples of “would” used in passive voice-

Now, we will learn various sentences which are framed with the modal verb “would”.

Example in Active VoiceExample in Passive VoiceVerduideliking
1. Mina would have taken the picture in that scenic beauty but she rejected.The picture would have been taken by Mina in that scenic beauty, but she rejected it.The modal verb “would” is in use to make an offer, and the word “would” remains unchanged in both active and passive voice, though there is an addition of “been” in the passive voice.
2. Rina would dance to the Rabindra Sangeet, but Mina had already decided to grab that song.The Rabindra Sangeet would be danced by Rina, but Mina had already decided to grab that song.The modal verb “would” is in use to make an offer, and the word “would” remains unchanged in both active and passive voice, though there is an addition of “be” in the passive voice.
Examples of “would” used in passive voice

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We can make a note of the point that the modal verb “will” is in use only two types of tense form in the English language, “Simple Future Tense” and “Future Perfect Tense”.

Arpita Bose Roy

Haai! Ek is Arpita Bose Roy. My kwalifikasies is MA in Engels met B. Ed. in beide algemene onderwys en spesiale onderwys. Ek het 2 jaar ondervinding as 'n "taalontleder" by IIT Kharagpur en 4 jaar ondervinding as 'n "akademiese inhoudontwikkelaar" by IIT Kharagpur. Tans werk ek as akademiese skrywer by Lambdageeks. Kom ons koppel deur LinkedIn-https://www.linkedin.com/mwlite/in/arpita-bose-roy-0aa32553

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