In the past perfect tense, we make passive verb forms by putting had been before the past participle form of the verb.
- Active: I had received the parcel.
Passive: The parcel had been received by me.
- Active: She had won many awards.
- Passive: Many awards had been won by her.
Change the following sentences into the passive.
1. The boy had stolen the purse.
2. The cat had drunk the milk.
3. She had taken the tablet.
4. I had learnt my lessons.
5. I had sent the parcel.
6. I had booked two tickets.
7. They had finished the job.
8. I had missed the flight.
9. She had won the first prize.
10. The constable had caught the thief.
11. She had created many problems.
1. The purse had been stolen by the boy.
2. The milk had been drunk by the cat.
3. The tablet had been taken by her.
4. My lessons had been learnt by me.
5. The parcel had been sent by me.
6. Two tickets had been booked by me.
7. The job had been finished by them.
8. The flight had been missed by me.
9. The first prize had been won by her.
10. The thief had been caught by the constable.
11. Many problems had been created by her.