English Grammar in Simple Urdu/Hindi: Active & Passive voice
What you'll learn
- Active and passive voice
Active voice is a grammatical voice that indicates that the subject of a sentence is performing the action expressed by the verb. In active voice sentences, the subject of the sentence is the doer of the action. For example:
John kicked the ball.
In this sentence, "John" is the subject and "kicked" is the verb. The subject is performing the action.
Passive voice is a grammatical voice that indicates that the subject of a sentence is receiving the action expressed by the verb. In passive voice sentences, the subject of the sentence is the receiver of the action rather than the doer. The passive voice is formed by using the verb 'to be' + past participle of the main verb. For example:
The ball was kicked by John.
In this sentence, "ball" is the subject and "was kicked" is the verb. The subject is receiving the action, instead of doing it.
Active voice is generally considered to be more direct, clear, and concise than passive voice. Passive voice can make sentences less clear and more wordy, and it can also be used to avoid responsibility or accountability for the action. In most cases, using active voice makes for more engaging and easier to understand sentences.
This course gives the initial and easy understanding of English active and passive voice to give first boost to Urdu and Hindi speaking beginners from Pakistan and India. After going through this they shall not be having any problem in voices any longer. This course resolves their basic and fundamental issues in voices. Further study is also recommended for higher level.
· Introduction of voices
· How to make passive voice
· How to make passive voice in Interrogative sentences
· How to make passive voice in Imperative sentences
· How to make passive voice in the sentences with modal operators
· Examples and practice
Who this course is for:
- Beginners in English grammar
- Urdu speaking beginners in English grammar
- Hindi speaking beginners in English grammar
- Pakistani beginners in English grammar
- Indian beginners in English grammar
I have been an Assistant Professor of English in the Higher Education Department for the past 17 years. My primary emphasis has been on effectively conveying even intricate concepts in the simplest manner possible. I consistently tailor my lectures to be easily comprehensible, particularly for students who may face challenges in grasping complex ideas.