What is the passive form of you are going to field?
The field was gone to
This sentence can't be written in passive voice. If the verb in the sentence does not have an object, you can't make the sentence passive. A passive voice sentence using some of the words would be, "The garden is going to be cleaned by the gardener." The active voice form would be, "The gardener is going to clean the garden." In this sentence, the subject is "gardener" and the object is 'garden."
Verbs do not have passive forms, verbs combine with be verbs to form passive verb phrases. Passive verb phrases are formed with - be + past participle. For ring (rang is the past form of ring) the past participle is rung so a passive verb phrase could be - is rung, are rung, was rung, were rung, was being rung.
Why the sentence he comes to school doesnt have passive form when it has subject verb and object as sentence syntax?
The passive form of "What did he do with money?" is "What was done by him with money?". Here are the steps to work this out: Change the original active sentence from question form to declarative form: "He did what with money?" Then separate the tense from the verb in "did" to get "did do". Then change the active verb "do" to the passive form "be done", giving "did (past tense) be done". Then substitute…
The simple present tense can't be used in the passive voice. Simple present is the base form of a verb without the use of auxiliary verbs. Passive voice is created with a form of be (an auxiliary verb) and a past participle. Note: the previous sentence is an example of passive voice in the present tense. Is created is the passive verb.
You can't: there is no passive form of this verb--just as there is no passive form of the verb "to go". Why? Because in order to have a passive voice, the verb in question must be transitive: i.e., take an object. You can't should a thing, or go a thing. But you can, for instance, stroke a thing. So you can say that the thing is/was stroked--passive.