The passive form of this tense is developed by using …….has/have been plus the past participle form of the verb.
- I have written two letters this morning(Active)
Two letters have been written by me this morning.(passive)
- Someone has just broken a glass.
A glass has just been broken.
- The teacher has taught me.
I have been taught by the teacher.
- Has he eaten food?
Has food been eaten by him?
- Who has taken my pen?
By whom has my pen been taken?
- The dog hasn’t eaten the bone
The bone hasn’t been eaten by the dog.
A VIDEO EXPLAINING PASSIVE WITH THE PRESENT PERFECT TENSE
Rewrite the following sentences in the present perfect passive form.
- The butchers have raised the prices of meat.
- She has bought a new uniform.
- That stubborn boy has beaten my child.
- A policeman has shot a notorious thief
- Someone has killed our gate keeper.
- Jack hasn’t washed my bed sheets.
- My niece has done an interview.
- Has he replied your letter?
- The Greenhill Staff Choir has sung a beautiful song.
- They have stolen my new bed sheets.