English has two voices for verbs: the active and the passive. The basic form is the active verb, and follows the SVO pattern word order. The passive voice is derived from the active by using the auxiliary verb "to be" and the past participle form of the main verb.
Examples of the passive:
According to grammar-monster.com, An irregular verb is one that does not conform to the usual rule for forming its simple past tense and its past participle.
EXAMPLES OF IRREGULAR VERBS
ENGLISH TENSES – OVERVIEW
While discussing English tenses, as well as those in any other language, it is extremely important to explain the relations between TIME and TENSE, as well as to emphasize the crucial difference between the two concepts: the one of time (extra linguistic), and the strictly linguistic one – the concept of tense.
FUNCTION AND CLASSES OF DETERMINERS
Determiners are words placed in front of a noun to make it clear what the noun refers to. The word 'people' by itself is a general reference to some group of human beings. If someone says 'these people', we know which group they are talking about, and if they say 'a lot of people' we know how big the group is.
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