Futuro Simple: Voz Pasiva

Futuro simple — voz pasiva — explicación

Construcción: will + be + participio pasado

Verbo de ejemplo: to see


Futuro simple — voz pasiva — contexto

  • In your opinion, Mr Stewart, what changes will be made1 to our education system in the future, and how do you view our current education system?
  • Well, in my opinion, many changes will be realised to our education system2 in order to keep up3 with technology and in an ever more developed society.
  • Could you elaborate?
  • Yes, by 2040 the world will be seen as unrecognisable4 in comparison to today’s society.
  • In which specific fields?
  • First of all, technology is the main factor. Ten years from now, computers will be more advanced,5 much more advanced than they are today. For instance, we shall see6 the birth of quantum computers, big data and blockchain technology, all of which shall be purely amazing.7
  • What about the loss of jobs due to automation?
  • If you look back to the First Industrial Revolution in England in the eighteenth century, some people went around8 destroying the farming equipment because they feared the new technology. We always fear the unknown, but generally, technology turns out9 to be highly advantageous and beneficial to all.

Futuro simple — voz pasiva — análisis

  1. What changes will be made… ‘Will be made’ es el futuro simple en voz pasiva y se está usando para centrarse en la acción de ‘changes being made’, en lugar de ‘quién’ o ‘qué’ está realizando la acción.
  2. Many changes will be realised to our education system. ‘Will be realised’ es el futuro simple en voz pasiva.
  3. In order to keep up with technology. ‘Keep up’ es un verbo compuesto que significa 'continuar al mismo ritmo'.
  4. By 2040  the world will be seen as unrecognisable. ‘Will be seen’ es el futuro simple en voz pasiva y se está utilizando para poner énfasis en el sujeto ‘world’.
  5. Computers will be more advanced. ‘Will be advanced’ es el futuro simple en voz pasiva. El énfasis está en ‘computers’.
  6. We shall see. Este es el futuro simple (activo). También podemos usar el verbo ‘shall’ con el futuro simple. Se puede decir we shall see, o we will see.
  7. All of which shall be purely amazing. Este es otro ejemplo del futuro simple usando el verbo ‘shall’ en lugar de ‘will’. Esto último es mucho más común.
  8. Some people went around. ‘Go around’ significa "vagar" o "vagabundear".
  9. Technology turns out… ‘Turn out’ es un verbo compuesto que significa 'concluir' o 'cómo algo o alguien llegó a ser'.

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