Modals and Passive Voice - Passive Voice Overview


This video provides a detailed overview of the passive voice of the English language. Watch the video to find out exactly what distinguishes the active voice from the passive and vice versa.

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching. This convenient, highly structured design means that you can quickly get to grips with each section before moving onto the next.

This is similar to present tenses, although related to past time periods. Verbs with irregular simple past form are those that you can't add ed to the end of it. An example of an irregular simple past form is buy to bought and an example of regular past form is shop to shopped.The attitude of a teacher is very important to ensure the success of a lesson. A positive and encouraging teacher would mean that students are more likely to engage and participate. Body language and non-verbal communication is also important in setting the tone for the lesson.Unit 5 it's fully loaded with great information about class management, and how to keep control of the class as well as establishing a good rapport with the students. Also it's good to know how to control students behavior in professional way, without breaking TEFL/TESOL rules.

Check out ITTT's Blog Posts

Apply for your TEFL/TESOL Course!
  • 1The application process is free and does not commit you in any way.
  • 2Anyone fluent in English and aged 18+ is eligible for our courses.
  • 3No previous experience or qualifications are required.
  • 4Apply today and receive a free e-guide covering the basics of TEFL/TESOL.
  • 5Sign up for your course before Dec, 20 2019 and receive an additional course free of charge.*
* Applies to in-class courses, combined courses, diploma courses and 120-hour online course with tutor and videos
Course Details
Personal data
Additional Info

Where would you like to teach? (optional)

The personal information we collect on this page will be treated in accordance with our privacy policy.
By submitting this form you declare to have read and agreed to the Terms & Conditions.