Active/passive verb forms

English-tenses
When I studied English at bears’ school, this part has been done very fast and I have always had problems to understand the differences. And, you know, there was so much snow outside to have fun with, so I did not spend much time to figure it out. More than talking I do like learning and having “make-me-smile” adventures (as you can view here 😉 ).

Watched the video? Let’s come back here.
In April 2015 I found a good online resource and I am going to use it right now to find out all the passive verb forms concerning with different verbal tenses. Saying to be bearly happy would not be enough.

Link suggested: EnglishPage.com

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