B.Com Part 1 Functional English Active and passive Voice

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B.Com Part 1 Functional English Active and passive Voice
B.Com Part 1 Functional English Active and passive Voice

Simple Present:

Active Passive
Subject + V.I + Object Object+ {is are am} + V.III+ by +Subject
Subject + {do, does + Not} + V.I + Object Object+ {is are am + Not} + V.III+ by +Subject
{Do, Does} + Subject + V.I + Object? {is are am} + Object + V-III + by + Subject

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Rewrite the sentences in passive voice.

  1. He opens the door.
  2. We set the table.
  3. She pays a lot of money.
  4. I draw a picture.
  5. They wear blue shoes.
  6. They don’t help you.
  7. He doesn’t open the book.
  8. You do not write the letter.
  9. Does your mother pick you up?
  10. Does the police officer catch the thief?

Rewrite the sentences in Active voice.

  1. The eggs are boiled by me.
  2. The wall is built by the mason.
  3. By whom is the jug broken.
  4. He is helped by me.
  5. A sweet song is sung by her.
  6. Are the toys not broken by them?
  7. Sweets are not liked by us.
  8. Are you cheated by them?
  9. A lie us not told by you.
  10. Why is this noise made by you?

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Present Progressive:

Active Passive
Subject + {Is Are Am} + {V-I+ING} + Object Object+ {is are am Being} + V.III+ by +Subject
Subject + {Is Are Am + Not} + {V-I+ING} + Object Object+ {is are am + Not + Being} + V.III+ by +Subject
{Is Are Am} + Subject + + {V-I+ING} + Object? {is are am} + Object + Being + V-III + by + Subject?

Rewrite the sentences in passive voice.

  1. Sheila is drinking a cup of tea.
  2. My father is washing the car
  3. Farmer Joe is milking the cows.
  4. She is taking a picture of him.
  5. I am writing a poem.
  6. We are not playing football.
  7. He is not wearing a tie.
  8. Is she preparing the party?
  9. Are they talking about the meeting?
  10. Is she watering the flowers?

Rewrite the sentences in Active voice

  1. The lesson is being learnt by them.
  2. Cricket is being played by boys.
  3. Grass is not being eaten by the cows.
  4. The cycle is being repaired by the mechanic.
  5. The lion is not being killed by the hunter.
  6. I am not being watched by you.
  7. Is the letter being written by you?
  8. Are the clothes being washed by the washer man?
  9. Is a sweet song being sung by her?
  10. Is clothe being sold by the shopkeeper?

Present Perfect

Active Passive
Subject + {Has, Have} + {V-III } + Object Object+ { Has, Have Being} + V.III+ by +Subject
Subject + { Has, Have + Not} + {V-III } + Object Object+ { Has, Have + Not + Been} + V.III+ by +Subject
{ Has, Have } + Subject + + {V-III} + Object? { Has, Have } + Object + Been + V-III + by + Subject?

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Rewrite the sentences in passive voice:

  1. She sang a song.
  2. Somebody hit me.
  3. We stopped the bus.
  4. A thief stole my car.
  5. They didn’t let him go.
  6. She didn’t win the prize.
  7. They didn’t make their beds.
  8. I did not tell them.
  9. Did you tell them?
  10. Did he eat meal?

Rewrite the sentences in Active Voice:

  1. Kites were flown by us.
  2. The bell was rung by the peon.
  3. Was the story told me by the teacher?
  4. Was dog killed by him?
  5. A car was not driven by him.
  6. A shirt was not made by her yesterday?
  7. Were all expenses not paid by me?
  8. Was he kept me waiting?
  9. The boy was not bitten by a dog.
  10. Why was he laughed at by you?

Past Indefinite

Active Passive
Subject + {V-II } + Object Object + { Was, Were } + V-III+ By + Subject
Subject + { did + Not} + {V-I } + Object Object + { Was, Were + Not} + V-III+ by +Subject
{Did} + Subject + {V-I} + Object? { Was, Were } + Object + V-III + by + Subject?

Rewrite the sentences in passive voice:

  1. She sang a song.
  2. Somebody hit me.
  3. We stopped the bus.
  4. A thief stole my car.
  5. They did not let him go.
  6. She did not win the prize.
  7. They did not make their beds.
  8. Id did not tell them.
  9. Did you tell them?
  10. Did he eat meal?

Rewrite the sentences in Active Voice:

  1. Kites were flown by us.
  2. The bell was rung by the peon.
  3. Was the story told me by the teacher?
  4. Was dog killed by him?
  5. A car was not driven by him.
  6. A shirt was not made by her yesterday?
  7. Were all expenses not paid by me?
  8. Was he kept me waiting?
  9. The boy was not bitten by a dog.
  10. Why was he laughed at by you?

Past Progressive

Active Passive
Subject + {was, were} + {V-I + ING} + Object Object + { Was, Were being } + V-III+ By + Subject
Subject + { was, were + Not} + {V-I + ING } + Object Object + { Was, Were + Not + Being} + V-III+ by +Subject
{ was, were } + Subject + {V-I + ING} + Object? { Was, Were } + Object + Being + V-III + by + Subject?

Rewrite the sentences in passive voice:

  1. We were talking about Francis.
  2. He was playing the guitar.
  3. She was watching a film.
  4. I was repairing their bikes.
  5. They were not eating dinner.
  6. We were not painting the gate.
  7. You were not driving him home.
  8. He was not feeding the doges.
  9. Was she reading these lines?
  10. Were they carrying bags?

Rewrite the sentences in active voice:

  1. The mood was being seen by the people.
  2. The thief was not being beaten by the police.
  3. We were being taught English by a young teacher.
  4. A kite was being made by Ali.
  5. By whom was the loin being shot at?
  6. The ball was not being thrown by the sportsman.
  7. Was the thief arrested by the police?
  8. The harvest was being gathered by the farmer.
  9. By whom was the ball thrown?
  10. Was the mouse not being killed the car?

Past Perfect:

Active Passive
Subject + {had} + {V-III} + Object Object + { had Been} + V-III+ By + Subject
Subject + {  had + Not} + {V-III } + Object Object + { had + Not + Been} + V-III+ by +Subject
{ had } + Subject + {V-III} + Object? { had } + Object + Been + V-III + by + Subject?

Rewrite the sentences in passive voice:

  1. I had worn blue shoes.
  2. Joe had cleaned the tables.
  3. We had lost the key.
  4. They had started a fight.
  5. I had been reading an article.
  6. I had not closed the window.
  7. They had not bought the paper.
  8. She had not noticed me.
  9. Had she solved the problem?
  10. Had he recorded that song?

Rewrite the sentences in Active Voice:

  1. Exercise has been taken by me.
  2. The match had been lost by us.
  3. Flowers had not been plucked by the Nadeem.
  4. His duty had not been done by him.
  5. Had the vegetable been sold by him?
  6. When had the watch been wound by them?
  7. By whom had his work been completed?
  8. Had he not been deceived by us?
  9. What had been written on the white board by her?
  10. By when had my fountain pen been stolen?

Future Indefinite:

Active Passive
Subject + {Will, Shall} + {V-I} + Object Object + { Will, Shall be} + V-III+ By + Subject
Subject + {Will, Shall + Not} + {V-I } + Object Object + { Will, Shall + Not + Be} + V-III+ by +Subject
{ Will, Shall } + Subject + {V-I} + Object? { Will, Shall} + Object + Be + V-III + by + Subject?

Rewrite the sentences in passive voice:

  1. Ali will buy a new computer.
  2. He boyfriend will install it.
  3. Millions of people will visit the museum.
  4. Our boss will sign the contract.
  5. You will not do it.
  6. They will not show the new film.
  7. He would not see Sue.
  8. They will not ask him.
  9. Will the company employ a new worker?
  10. Will the plumber repair the shower?

Rewrite the sentences in active voice:

  1. He will be helped by us.
  2. My problem will be solved by him.
  3. The truth will be spoken by her.
  4. The ball will be hit by Ali.
  5. A letter will not be written by him.
  6. Will he be invited by her?
  7. Will our neighbors be helped by us?
  8. How will a lie by told by her?
  9. By whom will this picture be painted?
  10. When will apples by eaten by you.

Future Perfect:

Active Passive
Subject + {Will, Shall Have} + {V-III} + Object Object + { Will, Shall Have} + V-III+ By + Subject
Subject + {Will, Shall + Not + Have} + {V-III} + Object Object + { Will, Shall + Not + Have Been} + V-III+ by +Subject
{ Will, Shall } + Subject+ Have + {V-III} + Object? { Will, Shall} + Object + Have Been + V-III + by + Subject?

Rewrite the sentences in passive voice:

  1. Frank will have ordered the drinks.
  2. You will have spent all the money.
  3. I will have taken the dog for a walk.
  4. She will have sold the car.
  5. They will have solved the problem.
  6. She will not have read the book.
  7. They will not have trusted him.
  8. He would not have rung Barbara.
  9. Will they have paid the bill?
  10. Will you have washed my socks?

Rewrite the sentences in active voice:

  1. Examination will have been taken by me.
  2. Food will have been made by her.
  3. Fast will have been kept by Ali.
  4. Her lesson will not have been learnt by her.
  5. Your dues will not have been paid by you.
  6. The race will not have been won by us.
  7. Will food have been eaten by them?
  8. Why will your village have been left by you?
  9. How will the snake have been killed by him?
  10. By whom will fresh fruit have been eaten.

Model Auxiliary Verb:

Active Passive
Subject + {M.A} + {V-I} + Object Object + { M.A be} + V-III+ By + Subject
Subject + { M.A + Not} + {V-I} + Object Object + { M.A + Not + Be} + V-III+ by +Subject
{M.A} + Subject+ {V-I} + Object? { M.A} + Object + Be + V-III + by + Subject?

Rewrite the sentences in passive voice:

  1. I can answer the question.
  2. She would carry the box.
  3. You should open the window.
  4. We might play cards.
  5. You ought to wash the car.
  6. He must fill in the form.
  7. They need not buy bread.
  8. He could not read the sentence.
  9. Will the teacher test our English?
  10. Could Jenny lock the door?

Passive with Let:

Active Passive
{V-I} + Object Let + Object + Be + V-III
{Do, Not} + {V-I} + Object Let + Object + Not + Be + V-III

Rewrite the sentences in passive voice:

  1. Open the door.
  2. Put out the lamp.
  3. Do it now.
  4. Boil the eggs.
  5. Do not eat this orange.
  6. Do not waste your time.
  7. Take the table out.
  8. Let him do his work.
  9. Eat the meal.
  10. Never tell a lie.

Rewrite the sentences in Active Voice:

  1. Let the car not be driven by the driver.
  2. Let him helped by me.
  3. Let rest not be taken by him.
  4. Let tea be taken by us.
  5. Let the door be shut
  6. Let the letter be posted
  7. Let the bird be fed
  8. Let the page be opened at page 30.
  9. Let the juice be drunk
  10. Let a noise not be made.

Passive with Two Objects:

            Rewrite the sentences in passive voice:

  1. Ali will give you some advice.
  2. I sent him a letter.
  3. The police officer showed us the way.
  4. Our neighbor gave me a lift.
  5. We have asked him a favor.
  6. She told me a lie.
  7. They have written her a post card.
  8. Ayesha will make you a cup of tea.
  9. The waiter has not brought us the coffee.
  10. They did not offer her a seat.

Personal Passive:

            Rewrite the sentences in passive voice:

  1. He says that he is a lawyer.
  2. They say that you are wrong.
  3. The police officer proposed that you do it.
  4. Our neighbor will say that we are good.
  5. We assumed that you were at fault.

 

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