This page provides example sentences of the verb "Drive" in all tenses including active and passive forms, as well as conditional and modal forms.
Base Form drive / Past Simple drove / Past Participle driven / Gerund driving
I usually drive to work.
Present Simple Passive
That car is driven by the boss.
He is driving to the meeting this afternoon.
Present Continuous Passive
That car is being driven this afternoon.
He has already driven into town.
Present Perfect Passive
That car has been driven by a number of employees.
Present Perfect Continuous
He has been driving for the past three hours.
Anna drove to San Francisco yesterday.
Past Simple Passive
The blue Ford was driven by Andy.
I was driving down the freeway when my cell phone rang.
Past Continuous Passive
The sports car was being driven by Robert.
He had already driven to work when she telephoned.
Past Perfect Passive
The winning car had been driven by a number of champions before it was retired.
Past Perfect Continuous
They had been driving for four hours when they decided to stop for a rest.
I think I will drive to the city tomorrow.
Future (will) passive
That car will be driven by Andy.
Future (going to)
Peter is going to drive the red Ford.
Future (going to) passive
The red Ford is going to be driven by Peter.
We will be driving down the highway this time tomorrow.
He will have driven 200 miles by the end of the day.
She might drive the Mercedes.
If she drives into town, we will meet Tom for lunch.
If she drove into town, we would meet Tom for lunch.
Past Unreal Conditional
If she had driven into town, we would have met Tom for lunch.
I can drive you if you want.
He must have driven the BMW.