Las formas verbales en activa y pasiva

Activo – con el verbo ‘to live’ (vivir)

present simple – I live, you live, we live, he/she/it lives, we live, they live

present progressive (or continuous) – I am living, you are living etc.

present perfect simple – I have lived, you have lived, he/she/it has lived etc.

present perfect progressive – I have been living, you have been living etc.

past simple – I lived, you lived, he/she/it lived etc.

past progressive – I was living, you were living etc.

past perfect simple – I had lived, you had lived etc.

past perfect progressive – I had been working, you had been working etc.

future simple – I will work, you will work, you will work, he/she/it will work, we will work, they will work.

future progressive – I will be working, you will be working etc.

future perfect simple – I will have worked, you will have worked etc.

future perfect progressive – I will have been working, you will have been working etc.

Infinitives – (to) work, (to) be working, (to) have worked, (to) have been working

-ing forms – working, having worked

past participle – worked

Pasivo – con el verbo ‘to make’ (hacer)

present simple – it is made, they are made etc.

present progressive – it is being made, they are being made etc.

present perfect – it has been made, they have been made etc.

past simple – it was made, they were made etc.

past progressive – it was being made, they were being made etc.

past perfect – it had been made, they had been made etc.

future simple – it will be made, they will be made etc.

future perfect – it will have been made, they will have been made etc.

‘going to’ future – it is going to be made, they are going to be made etc.

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