Sub + am/ is/ are + V3 (past participle) + by + object
(i) Active : The barber cuts hair.
Passive : Hair is cut by the barber.
(ii) Active : Chanda reads adventurous stories.
Passive : Adventurous stories are read by Chanda.
(iii) Active : The postman delivers letters.
Passive : Letters are delivered by the postman.
(iv) Active : I obtain first position every year.
Passive : First position is obtained by me every year.
(v) Active : Children like sweets.
Passive : Sweets are liked by children.
Sub + am/ is/ are + being + V3 + by + object
(i) Active : The gardener is watering plants.
Passive : Plants are being watered by the gardener.
(ii) Active : They are distributing sweets among children.
Passive : Sweets are being distributed among children by them.
(iii) Active : She is writing a letter.
Passive : A letter is being written by her.
(iv) Active : Shambhu and Rajat are playing badminton.
Passive : Badminton is being played by Shambhu and Rajat.
(v) Active : I am watching a movie.
Passive : A movie is being watched by me.
Sub + has/ have/ + been + V3 + by + object
(i) Active : They have washed the clothes.
Passive : The clothes have been washed by them.
(ii) Active : The farmer has ploughed the field.
Passive : The field has been ploughed by the farmer.
(iii) Active : Sweepers have cleaned the road.
Passive : The road has been cleaned by sweepers.
(iv) Active : Boys have done the wrong.
Passive : The wrong has been done by boys.
(v) Active : Diya has sung a song.
Passive : A song has been sung by Diya.