Passive Voice Forms

Study the Passive forms of English verb in different tenses. 

Affirmative  ---    Negative ----- Questions

The car is driven by Jim - The car is not driven by Jim - Who is the car driven by?  Present Simple Passive 

The car is being driven by Jim - The car is not being driven by Jim - What car is being driven by Jim?  Present Continuous Passive

The car has been driven by Jim for 3 hours. - The car has not been driven by Jim for 3 hours.  - How long has the car been driven by Jim? Present Perfect Passive

The car has been being driven by me for 3 hours*  Present Perfect Continuous Passive does not exist

The car was driven by Jim. - The car was not driven by Jim. - Why was the car driven by Jim? Past Simple Passive

The was being driven by Jim. - The car was not being driven by Jim. - At what point was the car being driven by Jim? Past Continuous Passive

The car had been driven by me for 3 miles. - The car had not been driven by Jim for 3 miles. - How far had the car been driven by Jim? Past Perfect Passive

 The car had been being driven by me for 3 miles*          Past Perfect Continuous Passive does not exist

 The car will be driven by Jim. - The car will not be driven by Jim. - Will the car be driven by Jim?  Future Simple Passive

 The car will be being driven by Jim. - The car will not be being driven by Jim. - At what moment will the car be being driven by Jim? Future Continuous Passive

 The car will have been driven by Jim for 900 miles by Sunday. - The car will not have been driven by Jim by Sunday. - For how long will the car have been driven by Jim by Sunday? Future Perfect Passive

The car will have been being driven by me for 3 hours*  Future Perfect Continuous Passive does not exist

Complete translation of these sentences.