Serbian 301 - Verb Passive Form




Radni glagolski pridev vs. Trpni glagolski pridev - Laka verzija

Radni glagolski pridev vs. Trpni glagolski pridev - Laka verzija

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  • Radni glagolski pridevi se završavaju na: o/la/lo // li/le/la (similar to English verb suffix -ed in the Simple Past form of the verb: I washed the dishes = Ja sam opraLA sudove, or He broke the window = Razbio je prozor.)
  • Trpni glagolski pridevi se završavaju na: n/na/no // ni/ne/na ILI t/ta/to // ti/te/ta. Unfortunately, there are a lot of voice changes, so you have to learn this passive form by heart (similar to English verb suffix -ed in the Past Participle form used in Perfective tenses and the Passive: The dishes were washed = Sudovi su opraNI or The window was broken = Prozor je bio razbijen or The message has been sent = Poruka je poslata)

In this easy version we are practising just the auxilliary verb to be in Passive Voice:
Primer: Napisala sam pismo = Pismo je napisano.

1. Primili smo pismo = Pismo primljeno.
2. Sonja je ispravila mejlove = Mejlovi ispravljeni.
3. Popila sam vodu = Voda popijena.
4. Istukla je brata = Brat istučen.
5. Marko je zaprosio Anu = Ana zaprošena.
6. Pojeli smo sir = Sir pojeden.
7. Ona je popila koktele = Kokteli popijeni.
8. Komšije su izgradile kuću = Kuća izgrađena.
9. Pročitao sam novine = Novine pročitane.
10. Neko je iskoristio šampon = Šampon iskorišćen.

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