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Hi there

What tense and voice is this sentence.

Sub+ Has been +past participle (adjective)

I know that it's not a passive voice since subject is not acted upon rather it's a statement Defining it.

But is it in perfect tense or simple


Also confirm

Is +past participle (adjective)-- present Simple in active voice

Is + past participle (verb) - present Simple in passive voice-


Has + past participle (adjective)- present simple in active voice


Has + past participle (verb) - present perfect in active voice


Has been + past participle (adjective) -- not sure

Has been + past participle (verb)

Present Perfect in passive voice.

Thanks.

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anonymousWhat tense and voice is this sentence.Sub+ Has been +past participle (adjective)I know that it's not a passive voice since subject is not acted upon rather it's a statement Defining it.But is it in perfect tense or simple

SUBJ | has been | ADJ

It doesn't matter whether the ADJ is a past participle or not. "has been" is the present perfect of be.

anonymousIs +past participle (adjective)-- present Simple in active voice

Yes.

anonymousIs + past participle (verb) - present Simple in passive voice-

Yes.

anonymousHas + past participle (adjective)- present simple in active voice

Is this even possible? Emotion: tongue tied

anonymousHas + past participle (verb) - present perfect in active voice

Yes.

anonymousHas been + past participle (adjective)

Present perfect of be, as already mentioned above.

anonymousHas been + past participle (verb)Present Perfect in passive voice.

Yes.

CJ

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Ok CJ thanks.

Hi

What tense and voice is this and why


I have been to UK.

Hi CJ

Tense and voice?

I have been to UK.

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