Active and Passive Voice Exercises No.3 & 4 (Miscellaneous)

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EXERCISE-3

In the following questions, the sentences have been given in Active/Passive voice. From the given alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the given sentence in passive/Active voice.

1.Has he learnt his lesson?

 (A) Has his lesson been learnt by him?

(B) Has lesson been learnt by him?

 (C) Has his lesson learnt by him?

 (D) Has the lesson learnt by him?

2. He saw the beggar’s sad face.

(A) Sad face of the beggar was seen by him.

(B) The beggar’s sad face was seen by him.

 (C) The beggar’s sad face is seen by him.

 (D) The beggar’s sad face is seen him.

3. He put on his clothes.

(A) His clothes were put on by him.

(B) His clothes are put on by him.

(C) His clothes have put on by him.

(D) His clothes were put by him.

4. They had conducted a seminar on family planning.

(A) A seminar had been conducted by them on family planning.

 (B) A seminar has been conducted by them on family planning.

 (C) A seminar was conducted by them on family planning.

(D) A seminar is conducted by them on family planning.

5. Aman will eat apples.

(A) Apples would be eaten by Aman.

(B) Apples shall be eaten by Aman.

(C) Apples will have been eaten by Aman.

 (D) Apples will be eaten by Aman.

6. The play was liked by all.

(A) All like the play.

(B) All play is liked.

 (C) All liked the play.

 (D) All like the play.

7. I am known to him.

 (A) She is known to me.

 (B) He is known by me.

(C) He is known to me.

 (D) He knows me.

8. They look at the map.

 (A) The map is looked at by them.

(B) The map was looked at by them.

(C) The map is looked by them.

 (D) The map is being looked at by them.

9. Please, close the door.

(A) You are prayed to close the door.

(B) You are needed to close the door.

 (C) Let the door be please closed.

(D) You are requested to close the door.

10. Bring me a glass of water.

(A) A glass of water can be brought to me.

 (B) A glass of water is brought to me.

(C) You are ordered to bring a glass of water.

 (D) Let a glass of water is brought to me.

Answers:-

1.(A)              2. (B)

3. (A)             4. (A)

5. (D)            6. (C)

7. (D)             8. (A)

9. (D)             10. (C)

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EXERCISE-4

In the following questions, the sentences have been given in Active/Passive voice. From the given alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the given sentence in passive/Active voice.

1.Do not make a noise.

(A) Let a noise not be made.

(B) Let a noise was not made.

(C) Let a noise has not been made.

(D) You are ordered not to make a noise.

2. Always speak the truth.

(A) Let the truth always be spoken.

 (B) You are ordered to speak the truth.

(C) You are spoken truth always.

 (D) Let always speak the truth.

3. It is time to ring the bell.

(A) It is time for the ring to the bell.

 (B) It is time for the bell to be rung.

 (C) It is time for the rung to be belled.

(D) it is time to the bell ring.

4. Help the needy.

 (A) Let the help be needy.

 (B) Let the needy be helped.

 (C) Let help the needy.

(D) Let needy the help.

5. She could do it.

 (A) It can be done by her.

(B) It could be done by her.

 (C) It could done to her.

 (D) It could be done with her.

6. I can lift this box.

(A) This box could be lifted by me.

 (B) This box is lifted by me.

(C) This box can lift me.

 (D) This box can be lifted by me.

7. You must tell him the truth.

 (A) He must be told the truth by you.

(B) He must tell the truth to you.

 (C) He must be told truth by you.

(D) Let him told the truth by you.

8. He may preach them now.

(A) They might be preached by them.

(B) They may be preached by them.

9. Quinine tastes bitter.

 (A) Bitter is tasted by Quinine.

(B) Quinine is tasted by bitter.

(C) Quinine is bitter when tasted.

(D)Quinine can taste bitter.

10. Rose smells sweet.

(A) Rose is sweet when smelt.

(B) Rose sweets smell.

(C) Sweet is a rose when smell.

 (D) Rose sweets smelled.

Answers:-

1.(A)              2. (A)

3.(B)              4. (B)

5. (B)             6. (D)

7. (A)             8. (C)

9. (C)             10. (A)

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