Friday, December 20, 2013

Active and passive voice practice


online active and passive voice practice

1. I have eaten apple.
Apple by me.

2. She took my books into the school.
My books into the school by her.

3. The boys are washing the clothes.
The clothes by the boys.

4. Waheed had seen the drama before.
The drama by Waheed before.

5. I was cooking biryani.
Biryani by me.

6. We should find another T.V.
Another T.V by us.

7. Nadia will have finished the work before next week.
The work by Nadia before next week.

8. Peter Kuhlmann had stolen the tablet.
The tablet by Peter Kuhlmann.

9. You should have fixed your computer.
Your computer by you.

10. Johanna must have broken the cup.
The cup by Johanna.

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Quiz Active or Passive Voice


Active or Passive Voice

Check your answer buy clicking on answer button.

  1. Waheed ___ by the terrible accident yesterday.
    shocked
    was shocked
  2. Mr. waseem ___ at the University since 1947.
    has been teaching
    has been taught
  3. A new newspaper ___ by Zia next month.
    will publish
    will be published
  4. He ___ the school name now.
    remembers
    is remembered
  5. The class ___ to her new teacher yesterday.
    introduced
    was introduced
  6. 6. Nadeem___ responsible for the accident. was holding was held








  • 7.The car ___ to whoever solves this math equation.
    will be giving
    will be given

  • 8. When the police arrived, the problem ___ .
    had already been solved.
    had already solved.



  • Monday, December 16, 2013

    Future Perfect Tense passive quiz


    Future Perfect Tense passive


    Future Perfect Tense passivesubject+Helping verb + Have + Been + verb3+by+Object
    Question FormHelping verb+ subject+have + been + verb3+by+object +?



    Active :I will have passed my exams.
    Passive: My exams will have been passed by me.

    Active : You will have studied the history of Christianity.
    Passive: The history of Christianity will have been studied by you.

    quiz


    Put the following sentences into passive voice. (Future perfect passive)

    1.I shall have published a new book.
    .

    2. we shall have inflicted a decisive attack on them.
    .
    3. Angela will have packed her luggage.
    .
    4. I shall have forgiven my enemy.
    .
    5. The children will have enjoyed the picnic.
    .
    6. She'll have stood by me in my crisis.

    7. She'll have given me your gun.
    .
    Correctness =
    Correct answers:









    Give us a +1 if you like this page

    Past Continuous Passive exercise grammar quiz


    Past Continuous Passive exercise grammar worksheets

    Past Continuous Passive exercise grammar worksheets

    Past Continuous PassiveSubject + H.verb+ being + verb3+by+object
    Question FormH.verb +subject + being + verb3+by+object?


    Something was being done by someone at sometime in the past for a while.

    Active :He was astonishing her.
    Passive: She was being astonished by him.

    Active :What were you being asked by them?
    Passive: What were you being asked by them?

    Active : Wasn't Seema giving you her books?
    Passive: Were not you being given her books by seema?

    Active : The teacher was solving the sums.
    Passive: The sums were being solved by the teacher.


    Quick Exercise


    Put the following sentences into passive voice. (past continuous)

    1.The servant wasn't opening the door.
    .

    2.Sheraz wasn't reading the given book.
    .
    3. They were not carrying a bag with them.
    .
    4. She was not accepting his proposal.
    .
    5.The peon was not ringing the bell in time.

    6.The police wasn't arresting the culprits.

    7. They were not hiding the truth.

    Correctness =
    Correct answers:






    Wednesday, December 11, 2013

    [pdf]

    simple past tense passive voice English grammar exercises


    [pdf]

    simple past tense passive voice english grammar exercises


    Exercise1

    Acitive voice Passive voice
    He waited for you in rain. You were waited for by him in rain.
    I felt very sorry for you. You were felt very sorry by me.
    My mother sent for the doctor. The doctor was sent for by my mother.
    She took very good care for the baby. The baby was taken very good care of by her.
    The hungry man looked at the bread. The bread was looked at by the hungry man.
    You smoked cigarette daily. Cigarette was smoked daily by you.
    Seema wore a silken dress. A silken dress was worn by seema.
    She returned my camera in time. My camera was returned in time by her.
    Peter paid his all debts properly. His all debts were paid properly by peter.
    He sang very sweet songs. Very sweet songs were sung by him.
    Simple Past Tense active voice passive voice exercise
    fore more detail please download this book
    Simple Past Tense active voice passive voice exercise

    Sunday, December 8, 2013

    Active and passive all tenses English grammar rules


    Active and passive all tenses english grammar rules

    Tense Active voice Passive voice
    Simple present tense Verb form: first form of the verb
    Examples
    They speak Urdu here.
    He speaks Urdu.
    Verb form: is / am / are + past participle form of the verb
    Examples
    Urdu is spoken here.
    Urdu is spoken by him.
    Present continuous tense Verb form: is/am/are + -ing form of the verb

    Examples
    The hunter shooting fires now.
    My father is giving me some mony.
    The dyer is dying my shirt.
    Verb form: is/am/are + being + past participle form of the verb

    Examples
    Fires are being shot by the hunter now.
    I'm being given some mony by my father.
    My shirts are being dyed by the dyer..
    Present perfect tense Verb form: has/have + past participle form of the verb

    Examples:

    I haven't given up hope.
    She hasn't ridden a horse.
    They haven't repaired the furniture.
    Verb form: has/have + been + past participle form of the verb

    Examples:

    Hope hasn't been given up by me.
    A horse hasn'tbeen ridden by her.
    The furniture hasn't been repaired by them.
    Simple past Verb form: past tense form of the verb

    Examples:
    He waited for you in rain.
    I felt very sorry for you.
    My mother sent for the doctor.
    Verb form: was/were + past participle form of the verb

    Examples:
    You were waited for by him in rain.
    A glass was broken by Ram.
    The chance was missed by you.
    Past continuous tense Verb form: was/were + -ing form of the verb

    Examples
    He was astonishing her.
    The teacher was solving the sums.
    The little girl was plucking flowers.
    Verb form: was/were + being + past participle form of the verb

    Examples
    She was being astonished by him.
    The sums were being solved by the teacher.
    Flowers were being plucked by the little girl.
    Past perfect tense Verb form: had + past participle form of the verb

    Examples
    He had not looked after his children well.
    Munawar had not helped the needy.
    Verb form: had + been + past participle form of the verb

    Examples:
    His children had't been looked after well by him.
    The needy had't been helped by Munawar.
    Simple future tense Verb form: will/shall + first form of the verb

    Examples
    They will reach on a right decision.
    My brother will perform his show.
    Verb form: will/shall + be + past participle form of the verb

    Examples:
    A right decision will be reached on by them..
    His show will be performed by my brother.
    Future perfect Verb form: will/shall + have + past participle form of the verb

    Examples
    The boys will not have mended their ways.
    The dogs won't have barked at you.
    Verb form: will/shall + have + been + past participle form of the verb

    Examples
    Their ways will not have been mended by the boys.
    You will not have been barked at by the dogs.

    Passive Voice Rule for All Tense RulesClick on the following links to study each aspect of active and passive voice.

    Passive Voice Rule for All Tense Rules Active and Passive Voice
    Passive Voice Rule for All Tense Rules Passive voice for all TENSES - Rules, use of auxiliary verbs and examples.
    Passive Voice Rule for All Tense Rules Passive voice use of 'let'.
    Passive Voice Rule for All Tense RulesSpecial passive Structures pdf