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Usage Examples Passive Voice - Present Perfect

  • Some mistake has been made. -
  • He has been carefully trained. -
  • This information has not been confirmed. -
  • It's obvious that he has been beaten. -
  • My house has been robbed. -
  • I've been rescued! -
  • Our flight has been delayed. -
  • I have not been bothered -
  • You have been examined. -
  • The payment has been transferred. -
  • We have been blessed! -
  • It has not been used -
  • I've been bitten. -
  • That box has been moved. -
  • Your absence has been noted. -
  • The script has been rewritten. -
  • They've been asked -
  • It hasn't been delivered yet. -
  • She hasn't been asked. -
  • The song has been sung. -
Passive Voice - Present Perfect

Rules for using Passive Voice - Present Perfect in English grammar with examples.