Passive Voice Exercises – English Practice

Passive Voice Exercises – English Practice

Welcome back to part 2 of this lesson on the Passive Voice. In this part, you are going to practise what you have learnt in part 1. So, if you haven’t seen that part yet, I suggest you do that first. I’m going to give you 25 Active sentences to change into Passive sentences. In order to make it a little challenging for you, I have also included some questions and some negative sentences. So, from time to time, you may want to stop the video and think about your answer. However, your ultimate goal is to be able to produce your Passive sentence in the silent pause that I will leave between each two sentences. I suggest that you do this exercise several times until you’re able to produce your Passive sentence fluently and without hesitation in the pause that I give you. Also, remember to repeat the correct answer each time to practise your pronunciation as well. Right then, when you’re ready, we can begin the exercise.

100 thoughts on “Passive Voice Exercises – English Practice

  1. Thank you for all grammar videos . You made the grammar more easy to me. I am from Egypt . And l need to speak English with native speaker how l can do that

  2. OMG I got every single question correct. I am so happy, You are a great teacher. Thank you so much. I first watched part 1 of passive voice . I understood everything and then decided to test myself by watching this video. I answered them all correct. Thank you again for making such helpful videos for students like me.

  3. Am in 8th class . our teacher has not explained in this manner our teacher told us to use by also like – Has a contract been signed by them . But in exercise is not like that .

  4. Mam, Please explain 13 no: Do I have to do this assignment today ?
    Its auxiliary verb is "do" – so we'll change it as; Is this assignment has to be done today ? Is this solve this way or as you have solve. Please elaborate it. Thanks..

  5. 12) nothing was told to me {is this also right}
    13) does this assignment has/have to be done today? please clear the doubt… assignment has. not 'have' i guess

  6. I have a doubt. I think we should use 'has' instead of 'have' in the answer of 13th question, i.e. "Does this assignment has to be done today ?". Is this correct ?

  7. Thank you, But I'm not sure about number 7. Seems incorrect to me. Either that or it's just incredibly uncommon.

  8. It was much harder, especially because there is no-one example about interrogative forms on the last video and in the exercises has a lot sentences about.
    But anyways I liked it and I managed almost 18.

  9. Thank you so much for the wonderful explanation. 25 question was awesome "No one can answer this question". I tried 25 active sentences, but I missed few. BTW Thank you so much again. 😊

  10. This is what every teacher should be, always gives some challanging problems. Thanks Anglo! This video may be 6 years old but it's still saving 2019 students hahaha lmao.

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