What is the passive voice of present perfect continuous?
Likewise, people ask, is there passive voice for present perfect continuous tense?
There is No Passive form for Perfect Continuous Tense (Present, Past and Future) and Future Continuous Tense. Note: keep in mind that it is not common in written English to change the active sentences from perfect progressive into passive sentences in written English, but they could be rarely changed in spoken English.
Secondly, which tenses Cannot be changed into passive voice? We can change all tenses into passive voice, but according to English grammar we can not change the following (4) tenses into passive voice; 1) Future Continuous Tense. e.g. I shall be eating a mango. 2) Present Perfect Continuous Tense.
Also know, what is the formula of Present Perfect Continuous Tense?
The present perfect continuous tense (also known as the present perfect progressive tense) shows that something started in the past and is continuing at the present time. The present perfect continuous is formed using the construction has/have been + the present participle (root + -ing).
Why there is no passive voice of future continuous tense?
When the doer of the action is not certain and the the verb requires a future continues/perfect continues tenses the passive can be used (very rarely though).