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Passive: Rice has been eaten by him. Active: I have played football. Passive: Football has been played by me. Passive: Rice was eaten by me.

Active: They played football. Passive: Football were played by them. Active: I was eating rice.

Bengali Grammar

Passive: rice was being eaten by me. Active: They were catching fishes. Passive: Fishes were being caught by them.

Active: I had eaten rice.

Passive: Rice had been eaten by me. Active: we had dug the cannel. Passive: The cannel had been dug by us. Active: I will eat rice.

Passive: Rice will be eaten by me.

Active: They will play football. Passive: Football will be played by them. Active: I will be eating rice. Passive: Rice will be being eaten by me.

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Active: They will be playing football. Active: I will have eaten rice. Passive: Rice will have been eaten by me. Active: They will have caught the fish.

Passive: The fish will have been caught by them. Active: I may help you. Passive: you may be helped by me. Active: you must do the work. Passive: The work must be done by you. Active: we ought to obey our teachers. Passive: our teachers ought to be obeyed by us.

Active: we are going to open a shop. Passive: A shop is going to be opened by us. Passive: Let the door be closed. Active: shut the window. Passive: Rice was eaten by me. Active: They played football.

Passive: Football were played by them. Active: I was eating rice. Passive: rice was being eaten by me. Active: They were catching fishes. Passive: Fishes were being caught by them. Active: I had eaten rice. Passive: Rice had been eaten by me. Active: we had dug the cannel.

Passive: The cannel had been dug by us. Active: I will eat rice.

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Passive: Rice will be eaten by me. Active: They will play football. Passive: Football will be played by them. Active: I will be eating rice. Passive: Rice will be being eaten by me.

Active: They will be playing football. Active: I will have eaten rice. Passive: Rice will have been eaten by me. Active: They will have caught the fish.

Passive: The fish will have been caught by them. Active: I may help you.

Grammar Index (ইংরেজি ব্যাকরণ)

Passive: you may be helped by me. Active: you must do the work. Passive: The work must be done by you. Active: we ought to obey our teachers. Passive: our teachers ought to be obeyed by us. Active: we are going to open a shop. Passive: A shop is going to be opened by us. Passive: Let the door be closed. Active: shut the window.

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Passive: Let the window be shut. Passive: Let not the door be closed. Active: Do not shut the window.Active: Let us sing a song.

Active: Did you play football? Active: I was eating rice. Active: They will have caught the fish. Active: Never go there. Related Papers. In most Eastern Dialects, the Very Familiar forms drop the final vowel from the original verb without instead of adding - i sh for most verbs that end with la and add - o s for most verbs that end with na.

Passive: Let the door be closed. Plentiful examples of naturally-occurring sentences provide native orthography, Romanization, and morpheme-by-morpheme glossing along with free translations.