I'm reviewing English grammar from the beginning, so I have a very basic question. I want to know what it is called when we use "are + past format" in a sentence. In example:
- They are normally printed in a company.
- Mongo trees, which are densely covered with glossy leaves, grow rapidly.
I know this question might seems really stupid to you, but its a real question and it makes some confusion in my mind. In this link we can see almost all verb tenses we have and I didn't find this format in this cheat sheet.
This question is not a duplicate of any other question, it is just my personal confusion regarding passive tenses in a special case.