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Passive Voice Exercises

Dear readers, here we are offering Passive Voice Exercises PDF to all of you. Active – Passive Voice helps to learn your English and also play a very vital role in sentence making. Apart from it, it is also important for storytelling. Sentences can be active or passive that are formed to fulfill a query.

We usually use the active in written and spoken language. The difference is that in an active sentence the subject performs the action and in a passive sentence the subject receives the action. Study the following information to learn how to form a passive sentence, how to put an active into a passive sentence, and how to form the tenses in the passive voice.

Passive Voice Exercises PDF

PASSIVE VERB TENSES

  ACTIVE VOICE PASSIVE VOICE
Present Simple He delivers the letters. The letters are delivered.
Past Simple He delivered the letters. The letters were delivered.
Future Simple He will deliver the letters. The letters will be delivered.
Present Continuous He is delivering the letters. The letters are being delivered.
Past Continuous He was delivering the letters. The letters were being delivered.
Going to He is going to deliver the letters. The letters are going to be delivered.
Present Perfect He has delivered the letters. The letters have been delivered.
Past Perfect He had delivered the letters. The letters had been delivered.
Infinitive   The letters have to be delivered.
Modals He must deliver the letters. The letters must be delivered.

Identify the Type of Voice

Go through the sentences and identify the type of voice used.

  1. Shreya Ghosal sings beautiful songs.
  2. The Sun sets in the West
  3. The boy was being beaten by his teacher
  4. Bucky is helped by Steve
  5. The carpenter is building the desk.
  6. The woodcutter cut down the tree.
  7. The man dropped his axe in the river.
  8. The bird was shot by the naughty boy.
  9. By whom was Spanish taught to you?
  10. Natasha lost the money.
  11. The farmer will plough the field.
  12. The work will be finished by the workers in a day.
  13. The enemy has entered the war zone.
  14. Who sang the song?
  15. The children teased the animals.

Answers

  1. Active voice 2. Active voice 3. Passive voice 4. Passive Voice 5. Active voice 6. Active voice 7. Active voice 8. Passive voice 9. Passive voice 10. Active voice 11. Active voice 12. Passive voice 13. Active voice 14. Active voice 15. Active voice

Active Passive Exercise

The active, and passive exercises will help students to have a better grasp of the active and passive voices. The following exercises are suitable for both CBSE and ICSE board students. The active/passive exercises that are provided below come with answers so that students have a chance to verify them. So what are we waiting for? Let’s start solving the exercises.

Change Active Voice into Passive Voice Exercises with Answers

Change the following sentences from active voice to passive voice.

  1. The dog chased the cat.
  2. The dog bit the boy.
  3. The peon rang the bell.
  4. Ram played hockey.
  5. Miss Mary teaches us English.
  6. Raj caught the ball.
  7. Children like sweets.
  8. Rita will take a photograph.
  9. Who taught you this poem?
  10. The police arrested the smuggler.
  11. Shiva was flying a kite.
  12. The hunter shot the deer.
  13. The lion attacked the zebra.
  14. Virat threw the ball.
  15. Everyone loves Zara.
  16. My sister has drawn this portrait.
  17. The people were helping the wounded woman.
  18. Sam had taken the medicines.
  19. The player is taking extra time.
  20. The cat ate the fish.

Answers –

  1. The cat was chased by the dog.
  2. The boy was bitten by the dog.
  3. The bell was rung by the peon.
  4. Hockey was played by Ram.
  5. English is taught to us by Miss Mary.
  6. The ball was caught by Raj.
  7. Sweets are liked by children.
  8. A photograph will be taken by Rita.
  9. By whom were you taught this poem?
  10. The smuggler was arrested by the police.
  11. A kite was being flown by Shiva.
  12. The deer was shot by the hunter.
  13. The zebra was attacked by the lion.
  14. The ball was thrown by Virat.
  15. Zara is loved by everyone.
  16. This portrait has been drawn by my sister.
  17. The wounded woman was being helped by the people.
  18. The medicines had been taken by Sam.
  19. Extra time is being taken by the player.
  20. The fish was eaten by the cat.
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