Quasi-Passive Voice without Complement 10+ Examples

Quasi-passive Voice without Complement

Quasi-Passive Voice without Complement

There are such sentences that have no complement in quasi-passive.

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Rules of Quasi-Passive Voice without Complement:

We use “Being” after the helping verb and then past participle form of the verb at the time of voice change of those sentences.

Active: The cows are milking.

Passive: The cows are being milked.

Quasi-Passive Voice without Complement

10+ Examples Quasi-Passive Voice without Complements 

 Examples

Active: The book is printing.

Passive: The book is being printed.

Active: The cows are milking.

Passive: The cows are being milked.

Active: The house is building.

Passive: The house is being built.

Active: The book is printing.

Passive: The book is being printed.

Active: Mangoes are selling.

Passive: Mangoes are being sold.

Active: The drums are beating.

Passive: The drums are being beaten.

Active: The guns are firing.

Passive: The guns are being fired.

Active: The bell is ringing.

Passive: The bell is being rung.

Active: The house is finishing.

Passive: The house is being finished.

Active: The pens are selling.

Passive: The pens are being sold.

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