Passive voice constructions can also be used with “modal auxiliary verbs” (can, might, etc.), such as in the following examples:
Active Voice, Passive Voice
I can stop, I can be stopped
I might stop, I might be stopped
Notice that the passive voice constructions always appear after the modal auxiliary verbs.
An intransitive verb expresses that someone or something takes action to do something—by itself. The verb does not accept an object (noun) as its complement. A passive structure cannotbe formed.
Eg: The audience laughed.
The kids smiled.