Transforming Imperative Sentences - Passive Voice
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Transforming Imperative Sentences - Passive Voice

The Sentences which express request, order, advice, suggestion, prohibition etc are called imperative sentence.

The imperative sentence in the passive voice has the following structure:
Let + object + be + past participle


When the active voice begins with do not, the passive voice has the following structure:
Let not + object + be + past participle

1.Examples are given below:

Active: Open the window.
Passive:
Let the window be opened.


2.Active:Do it at once.
Passive:
Let it be done at once.


3.Active: Do not write stories.
Passive:
Let the story not written.


4.Passive: Let me be helped.
Passive:
You are requested to help me.


5.Active: Don’t use it.
Passive: Let it not be used.

SUMMARY

The Sentences which express request, order, advice, suggestion, prohibition etc are called imperative sentence.

The imperative sentence in the passive voice has the following structure:
Let + object + be + past participle


When the active voice begins with do not, the passive voice has the following structure:
Let not + object + be + past participle

1.Examples are given below:

Active: Open the window.
Passive:
Let the window be opened.


2.Active:Do it at once.
Passive:
Let it be done at once.


3.Active: Do not write stories.
Passive:
Let the story not written.


4.Passive: Let me be helped.
Passive:
You are requested to help me.


5.Active: Don’t use it.
Passive: Let it not be used.

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