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  1. General Rules of Passive Voice
  2. Passive Voice of Present Indefinite Tense
  3. Passive Voice of Present Continuous Tense
  4. Passive Voice of Present Perfect Tense
  5. Passive Voice of Past Indefinite Tense
  6. Passive Voice of Past Continuous Tense
  7. Passive Voice of Past Perfect Tense
  8. Passive Voice of Future Indefinite Tense
  9. Passive Voice of Future Perfect Tense
  10. Passive Voice of W-Family Words
  11. Passive Voice of Imperative Sentence
  12. Passive Voice of Sentences of Modals
  13. Passive Voice of Sentences of Infinitives
  14. Passive Voice of Miscellaneous Sentences

Passive Voice of Future Perfect Tense

Rules of Active and Passive voice (mentioned below) shows that helping verb 'Will/Shall + Have + Been' is used with 3rd form of verb for making Passive Voice of Future Perfect Tense.

In case of Negative sentence, 'Not' is added between 'Will/Shall' and ' Have Been' and in case of Interrogative sentence 'Will/Shall' comes in the starting of the sentence and place of 'Have + Been' remains before Verb (3rd form)

In all types of sentences - Positive, Negative & Interrogative, 3rd form of verb is used in Passive Voice.

Active and Passive Voice ke niyam (neeche diye gaye hai) dikhaate hai kee Future Perfect Tense ko Passive Voice meiN badalane ke liye 'Will/Shall + Have + Been' aur Verb kee 3rd form kaa prayog hotaa hai.

Negative sentence meiN 'Not' ko 'Will/Shall' aur ' Have Been' ke beech meN lagaate hai aur Interrogative sentence meiN 'Will/Shall' vaakya ke aaraambh meiN lagaate hai.

Sabhee prakaar ke Passive Voice vaakyo meiN - Positive, Negative & Interrogative, verb kee 3rd form kaa prayog hotaa hai.


Rules

Type of Sentence Rule of making Future Perfect (Active Voice) Rule of converting Future Perfect Tense (Active Voice) to Passive Voice
Positive Subject + Will/Shall + Have + Verb (3rd form) + Object + (.) Convert Object to Subject + Will/Shall + Have + Been + Verb (3rd form) + By + Convert Subject to Object + Remaining + (.)
Negative Subject + Will/Shall + Not + Have + Verb (3rd form) + Object + (.) Convert Object to Subject + Will/Shall + Not + Have + Been + Verb (3rd form) + By + Convert Subject to Object + Remaining + (.)
Interrogative Will/Shall + Subject + Have + Verb (3rd form) + Object + (?) Will/Shall + Convert Object to Subject + Have + Been + Verb (3rd form) + By + Convert Subject to Object + Remaining + (?)

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Examples

Active Voice Active Voice Passive Voice Passive Voice
Avyan apanaa home work khatam kar chukaa hogaa. Avyan will have finshied his home work. His home work will have been finished by Avyan. Apanaa home work Avyan dwaaraa khatam kiyaa jaa chukaa hogaa.
Vartika tumhe apane janamdivas par aamantrit kar chukee hogee. Vartika will have invited you on her birthday. You will have been invited by Vartika on her birthday. Tum Vartika dwaaraa usake janamdivas par aamantrit kiye jaa chuke honge.
Vah light chaalu kar chukaa hogaa. He will have switched on the light. The light will have been switched on by him. Light usake dwaaraa chaalu kee jaa chukee hogee.
Ve makaan ko hamaare swaagat ke liye sajaa chuke honge. They will have decorated the house for our welcome. The house will have been decorated by them for our welcome. Makaan ko hamaare swaagat ke liye unake dwaaraa sajaayaa jaa chukaa hogaa.
Rashtrapati jee sabase baDee party ko sarkaar banaane kaa aamantraN de chuke honge. The President will have invited the biggest party to form the Government. The biggest party will have been invited by the President to form the Government. Sabse baDee party Rashtrapati jee dwaaraa sarkaar banaane ke liye aamantrit kee jaa chukee hogee.
Vah samay par dawaai le chukee hogee. She will have taken medicines on time. Medicines will have been taken by her on time. Dawaai usake dwaaraa samay par lee jaa chukee hogee.
Judge hamaare pakSh meiN aadesh paarit kar chuke honge. The judge will have issued orders in our favour. Orders will have been issued by the judge in our favour. Aadesh judge dwaaraa hamaare pakSh meiN paarit kiyaa jaa chukaa hogaa.
Active Voice Active Voice Passive Voice Passive Voice
Ve saaree saavdhaaniyaa le chuke honge. They will have taken all precautions. All precautions will have been taken by them. Saari saavdhaaniyaa unake dwaaraa lee jaa chukee hogee.
America aatankvaad par nai policy banaa chukaa hogaa. America will have formulated new policy on terrorism. New policy on terrorism will have been formulated by America. Aatankvaad par nai policy America dwaaraa banaai jaa chukee hogee.
Avyan saare akShar seekh chukaa hogaa. Avyan will have learnt all alphabets. All alphabets will have been learnt by Avyan. Saare akShar Avyan dwaaraa seekheN jaa chuke honge.
Vah laalachee vyakti se shaadee karane ko manaa kar chukee hogee. She will have refused to marry a greedy person. A greedy person will have been refused by her to marry. Laalachee vyakti se shaadee karane ko usake dwaaraa manaa kiyaa jaa chukaa hogaa.
Kyaa bandaro ne hamaare paudhoN ko nuksaan pahunchayaa hogaa? Will the monkeys have damaged our plants? Will our plants have been damaged by the monkeys? Kyaa hamaare paudhoN ko bandaro dwaaraa nuksaan pahunchayaa jaa chukaa hogaa?
Kyaa tum dubaaraa English class nahee join kar chukee hongee? Will you not have joined again English classes? Will English classes not have been joined by you again? Kyaa English class dobaaraa tumhaare dwaaraa join kee jaa chukee hogee?



Passive Voice of Future Perfect Continuous Tense

Future Perfect Continuous Tense cannot be changed into Passive Voice.


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