Present simple passive

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Active Voice Passive Voice
I write a letter. The letter is written.

Here are some examples of sentences in Passive Voice in Present Simple Tense:

Active Voice Passive Voice
You wash the car every week. The car is washed every week.
He watches TV in the evening. TV is watched in the evening.
We build our house. Our house is built.
They eat the apples. The apples are eaten

Questions in Present Simple in Passive Voice

Active Voice Passive Voice
Do you wash the car every week? Is the car washed every week?
Does he watch TV in the evening? Is TV watched in the evening?
Do you build your house? Is your house built?
Do they eat the apples? Are the apples eaten?

Negative sentences in Passive in Present Simple

Active Voice Passive Voice
You don't wash the car every week. The car isn't washed every week.
He doesn't watch TV in the evening. TV isn't watched in the evening.
You don't build your house. Your house isn't built.
They don't eat the apples. The apples aren't eaten.
Active Voice Passive Voice
They let me know ... I was told ...
They let me see the documents. I was allowed to see the documents.
Active Voice Passive Voice
They made me move my car. I was made to move my car.
They made me work hard. I was made to work hard.
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