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Příjemce podpory – škola: Hotelová škola, Obchodní akademie a Střední průmyslová škola Teplice, Benešovo Příjemce podpory – škola: Hotelová škola, Obchodní akademie a Střední průmyslová škola Teplice, Benešovo náměstí 1, p. o. Číslo projektu: CZ. 1. 07/1. 5. 00/34. 0528 Název projektu: ICT ve výuce Číslo a název šablony klíčové aktivity: III/2 - Inovace a zkvalitnění výuky prostřednictvím ICT Název ověřovaného materiálu: Digitální učební materiál pro výuku anglického jazyka VY_32_INOVACE_JAA_207 Ročník: 3. Vzdělávací obor: 65 – 42 – M/01 Hotelnictví Předmět: Anglický jazyk Tematická oblast: Gramatika Téma: Passive Voice Jméno autora: Ing. Zdeněk Brabec Vytvořeno dne: 13. 10. 2012 Metodický popis, (anotace) Výukový materiál slouží k seznámení, procvičování, upevnění znalostí specifického gramatického jevu a komunikativní dovednosti specifické slovní zásoby a frazeologie, doplněný o přiložený pracovní list, který žáci vypracovávají v hodině po shlédnutí prezentace.

Passive voice needs three basic components. SUBJECT + BE + VERB in past participle Passive voice needs three basic components. SUBJECT + BE + VERB in past participle Coffee is grown in Brazil. She was invited by him. It will be sold in auction. The house has been repaired. The letter is being finished.

Passive in negative sentences It is not done yet. She was not told about Passive in negative sentences It is not done yet. She was not told about her results. The doctor was not needed. Students were not properly informed. The work has not been finished yet. It will not be completed this week.

Passive in questions. Where was it made? (past) Who is invited to the next Passive in questions. Where was it made? (past) Who is invited to the next meeting? (present) Has it been completed? (present perfect) Will it be fixed within the next working week? (future) How often is the room cleaned? (present) Is it cooked properly? (present)

Passive in simple and continuous forms. The room is cleaned every day. The room Passive in simple and continuous forms. The room is cleaned every day. The room is being cleaned now, you cannot leave your baggage in. The car is repaired regularly. You cannot drive anywhere. Your car is being repaired now. The students were informed about their exam results. The students were being informed about their results when the info system failed. The room was last cleaned on Monday. The room was being cleaned when new guests arrived into it.

Active --- Passive They made it in China. It was made in China. The Active --- Passive They made it in China. It was made in China. The cleaning lady cleans the room every day. The room is cleaned every day. The solicitors sold the house in auction. The house was sold in auction. They will publish the news on Internet. The managers have stopped the project. The news will be published on Internet. The project has been stopped.

WORKSHEET. Je to napsané na zdi. Ona není dobře informována. Dům je špatně opraven. WORKSHEET. Je to napsané na zdi. Ona není dobře informována. Dům je špatně opraven. Auto bylo koupeno v bazaru. (used car shop) V pokoji se neuklízí každý týden. Bude to hotovo zítra. Papír byl vynalezen v Číně. Každý spotřebuje 300 kg papíru ročně. Bylo to již prodáno? Je to již opraveno? Kdy ten obchod bude otevřen? Budeš pozván na tu párty?

WORKSHEET – possible solution It is written on the wall. She is not well WORKSHEET – possible solution It is written on the wall. She is not well informed. The house is badly repaired. The car was bought in a used car shop. The room is not cleaned every week. It will be finished tomorrow. Paper was invented in China. Each person uses 300 kg of paper every year. Has it been sold? Has it been repaired? When will the shop be opened? Will you be invited to the party?

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