Passive Voice of Future Perfect Tense in English Grammar

8. Passive Voice of Future Perfect Tense in English Grammar

 Rules to Form Passive Voice: 
  • Use ‘Shall/Will have’ as helping or auxiliary verbs. 
  •  Use ‘been’ after the helping verb. 
  • Use 3rd form of Verb. 
  • The (Action-Doer) Subject becomes the (Action-Receiver) Object and vice versa. 
  • Use ‘by’, if required, after the verb or before the newly-formed object. 

 a) Affirmative Passive Voice of Future Perfect Tense

Affirmative Active Voice of Future Perfect Tense  
Structure:  
(Action-Doer) Subject → Shall/Will Have → 3rd  form of Verb (V3) → (Action-Receiver) Object. 
Affirmative Passive Voice of Future Perfect Tense  
Structure: 
(Action-Receiver) Subject → Shall/Will → Have → Been → 3rd form of Verb (V3) → by → (Action-Doer) Object. 
Examples: 
  • They will have written an application. (Active Voice) 
  • An application will have been written by them(Passive Voice) 
  • I shall have cooked the meat. (Active Voice) 
  • The meat will have been cooked by me(Passive Voice) 
  • Sana will have caught the thief. (Active Voice) 
  • The thief will have been caught by Sana. (Passive Voice) 

 (b) Negative Passive Voice of Future Perfect Tense  

Structure: 
(Action-Receiver) Subject → Shall/Will → Not → Have → Been → 3rd form of Verb (V3) → by → (Action-Doer) Object. 
Examples: 
  • They will not have written an application. (Active Voice) 
  • An application will not have been written by them(Passive Voice) 
  • I shall not have cooked the meat. (Active Voice) 
  • The meat will not have been cooked by me(Passive Voice) 
  • Sana will not have caught the thief. (Active Voice) 
  • The thief will not have been caught by Sana. (Passive Voice) 

  (c) Interrogative Passive Voice of Future Perfect Tense  

Structure: 
Shall/Will → (Action-Receiver) Subject → Have → Been → 3rd form of Verb (V3) → by → (Action-Doer) Object? 
Examples: 
  • Will they have written an application? (Active Voice) 
  • Will an application have been written by them? (Passive Voice) 
  • Shall I have cooked the the meat? (Active Voice) 
  • Will the meat have been cooked by me(Passive Voice) 
  • Will Sana have caught the thief? (Active Voice) 
  • Will the thief have been caught by Sana? (Passive Voice) 

 d) Interrogatives-cum-W/H-words Passive Voice of Future Perfect Tense 

Structure: 
W/H-words → Shall/Will → (Action-Receiver) Subject → Have → Been → 3rd form of Verb (V3) → by → (Action-Doer) Object? 
Examples: 
  • Why will they have written an application? (Active Voice) 
  • Why will an application have been written by them? (Passive Voice) 
  • Where will I have played the hockey? (Active Voice) 
  • Where will hockey have been cooked by me(Passive Voice) 
  • How will Chan have caught the thief? (Active Voice) 
  • How will the thief have been caught by Chan? (Passive Voice) 

  e) Interrogatives-cum-Negative Passive Voice of Future Perfect Tense 

Structure: 
W/H-words → Shall/Will → (Action-Receiver) Subject → Not → Have → Been → 3rd form of Verb (V3) → by → (Action-Doer) Object? 
Examples: 
  • Why will they not have written an application? (Active Voice) 
  • Why will an application not have been written by them? (Passive Voice) 
  • Why will Ghazala not have caught the thief? (Active Voice) 
  • Why will the thief not have been caught by Ghazala? (Passive Voice) 
  • Where will I not have cooked the meat? (Active Voice) 
  • Where will the meat not have been cooked by me(Passive Voice) 

Also Visit

Six (6) Progressive Tenses in English Language 
Four (4) Past-cum-Future Tenses in English Language 
Twelve (12) Tenses in English Language 
Passive Voice Available for Eight Tenses 

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