The passive voice is a grammatical construction. The noun or noun phrase that would be the object of an active sentence (such as Our troops defeated the enemy) appears as the subject of a sentence with passive voice (e.g. The enemy was defeated by our troops).
Passive Voice with Different Tenses | Video
“… that all men are created equal…”
“We have been cruelly deceived.”
“The captain was struck by a missile.”
“I got kicked in the face during the fight.”
How to Use the Passive Voice with Different Tenses
We can use passive voice with most tenses.
To change the tense of a passive sentence, you change the form of the verb ‘be’. The main verb in a passive sentence is always in the past participle form.
Using the Passive Voice with Different Tenses