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    Post Passive voie

    Payment will get processed by tomorrow.


    Is the above sentence correct and which tense is this. If this is future tense then why 3rd form of process has been used here.

    Please clarify..
    Last edited by Anil Giria; 10-Nov-2014 at 09:53.

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    Re: Passive voie

    Yes, it means "Payment will be processed by tomorrow." It's the passive voice of future 'tense'.

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    Re: Passive voie

    Thanks

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    Re: Passive voie

    It's common to use get instead of be in passives.

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