The passive voice indicates that the subject noun is affected by the action of the verb. A passive voice is in the passive the object becomes the subject and the verb is formed by the auxiliary verb to be and the past participle. A verb whose subject receives is said to be in the passive voice. The passive voice may be used in all present, past and future tenses.
The passive has two types of voices. One is the indirect passive voice, the other is the direct passive voice.