English Tense, Active and Passive Voice TENSE ACTIVE VOICE PASSIVE VOICE Present Simple I make a cake. A cake is made. Present Continuous I’m making a cake. A cake is being made. Past Simple I made a cake. A cake was made. Past Continuous I was making a cake. A cake was being made. Present Perfect I have made a cake. A cake has been made. Past Perfect I had made a cake. A cake had been made. Future Simple I will make a cake. A cake will be made. Future be going to I’m going to make a cake. A
A chart with the past, present and future forms of some commonly-used verbs. A useful reference tool for children learning English as a second or foreign language. You can use this chart to play noughts and crosses/tic tac toe, write a story or practice making simple sentences with your child or student.
This speaking practice for inviting, accepting, and refusing is perfect for beginners in English. There are two different speaking practices that help beginners learn and repeat the key phrases again and again. This is a controlled speaking practice.