The other is the passive voice. With verbs in the active voice, commonly called active verbs, the subject of the verb is the performer of the action described by the verb.
The boy threw the ball.
We saw the man on the roof.
In the first sentence the verb throw is in the active voice, since the subject of the verb (the boy) is doing the throwing. In the second sentence, the verb see is in the active voice since the subject of the sentence (we) is doing the seeing.
These two sentences can be put into the passive voice as:
The ball was thrown by the boy.
The man on the roof was seen by us.
In the passive voice, the subject of the verb is the recipient of the action of the verb:
The footballer was kicked by one of the opposing team.
The verb kick is in the passive voice, since the subject of the sentence, the footballer, is the recipient of the action of the verb kick. this sentence can be put into the active voice as:
One of the opposing team kicked the footballer.
Now, can you find the FORMULA for passive voice in the video??