# 7th Class English Active and Passive Voice Question Bank

### done Active and Passive Voice

 Choose the options showing change of sentences correctly from the Active to the Passive voice.
Gardeners prune plants.

A) Plants prune gardeners.

B) Plants pruned by gardeners.

C) Plants are pruned.

D) Plants were pruned by gardeners.

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 Choose the options showing change of sentences correctly from the Active to the Passive voice.
He plucks a rose.

A) A rose plucked by him.

B) A rose was plucked by him.

C) A rose will be plucked by him.

D) A rose is plucked by him.

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 Choose the options showing change of sentences correctly from the Active to the Passive voice.
She completed her work.

A) Her work is completed.

B) Her work was completed.

C) Who has completed her work?

D) Her work will be completed by her.

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 Choose the options showing change of sentences correctly from the Active to the Passive voice.
Who has done this work?

A) This work has done by who?

B) By whom has this work been done?

C) This work has been done by who?

D) By who has this work done?

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 Choose the options showing change of sentences correctly from the Active to the Passive voice.
When did you receive this letter?

A) This letter has received when?

D) When has this letter received by you?

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 Choose the options showing change of sentences correctly from the Active to the Passive voice.
The doctor will cure me.

A) I will cure the doctor.

B) I have been cured by the doctor.

C) I will be cured by the doctor.

D) I will have been cured by the doctor.

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 Choose the options showing change of sentences correctly from the Active to the Passive voice.
They handed a note to their teacher.

A) Their teacher handed a note.

B) A note was handed to their teacher.

C) Their teacher has been handed a note.

D) A note is being handed to their teacher.

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 Choose the options showing change of sentences correctly from the Active to the Passive voice.
Who will bell the cat?

A) Will the cat be belled?

B) The cat will be belled by who?

C) By whom will the cat be belled?

D) Whom will the cat bell?

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 Choose the options showing change of sentences correctly from the Passive to the Active voice.
The results will be declared.

A) The principal will declare the results.

B) They will be declared with results.

C) They will have declared the results.

D) They will be declared results.

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 Choose the options showing change of sentences correctly from the Passive to the Active voice.
Sweets have been distributed.

A) They have been distributed sweets.

B) Sweets are distributed by them.

C) He has distributed sweets.

D) He has been distributed sweets.

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 Choose the options showing change of sentences correctly from the Passive to the Active voice.
The match is going to be played.

A) They are going to play the match.

B) He will be playing the match.

C) They will be playing the match.

D) We will be playing the match.

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 Choose the options showing change of sentences correctly from the Passive to the Active voice.

A) He has been mistaken.

D) By someone mistakes has been made.

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 Choose the options showing change of sentences correctly from the Passive to the Active voice.
The music was played and the parcel passed.

A) They passed the parcel and music was played.

B) We passed and played the music and the parcel.

C) We played the music and passed the parcel.

D) The parcel passed and music played.

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 Read the passage given below and choose the options that can correctly replace the underlined portions. Anand was the naughtiest boy in the whole school and always in trouble with the prefects and teachers. All the window panes $\underline{\mathbf{Q14 }}$. Over in a corner, $\underline{\mathbf{Q15 }}$a heap of broken desks and chairs, the result of his handiwork. He $\underline{\mathbf{Q16 }}$ twice in front of the whole school for his misdeeds but he $\underline{\mathbf{Q17 }}$ unrepentant. I was sure that he $\underline{\mathbf{Q18 }}$ from school if he $\underline{\mathbf{Q19 }}$ on like that. But one speech from the principal $\underline{\mathbf{Q20 }}$ his behaviour dramatically. He became the most well-behaved boy in the class.

A) broken

B) were broken

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 Read the passage given below and choose the options that can correctly replace the underlined portions. Anand was the naughtiest boy in the whole school and always in trouble with the prefects and teachers. All the window panes $\underline{\mathbf{Q14 }}$. Over in a corner, $\underline{\mathbf{Q15 }}$a heap of broken desks and chairs, the result of his handiwork. He $\underline{\mathbf{Q16 }}$ twice in front of the whole school for his misdeeds but he $\underline{\mathbf{Q17 }}$ unrepentant. I was sure that he $\underline{\mathbf{Q18 }}$ from school if he $\underline{\mathbf{Q19 }}$ on like that. But one speech from the principal $\underline{\mathbf{Q20 }}$ his behaviour dramatically. He became the most well-behaved boy in the class.

A) lay

B) laid

C) Was laid

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 Read the passage given below and choose the options that can correctly replace the underlined portions. Anand was the naughtiest boy in the whole school and always in trouble with the prefects and teachers. All the window panes $\underline{\mathbf{Q14 }}$. Over in a corner, $\underline{\mathbf{Q15 }}$a heap of broken desks and chairs, the result of his handiwork. He $\underline{\mathbf{Q16 }}$ twice in front of the whole school for his misdeeds but he $\underline{\mathbf{Q17 }}$ unrepentant. I was sure that he $\underline{\mathbf{Q18 }}$ from school if he $\underline{\mathbf{Q19 }}$ on like that. But one speech from the principal $\underline{\mathbf{Q20 }}$ his behaviour dramatically. He became the most well-behaved boy in the class.

B) was caned

D) caned

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 Read the passage given below and choose the options that can correctly replace the underlined portions. Anand was the naughtiest boy in the whole school and always in trouble with the prefects and teachers. All the window panes $\underline{\mathbf{Q14 }}$. Over in a corner, $\underline{\mathbf{Q15 }}$a heap of broken desks and chairs, the result of his handiwork. He $\underline{\mathbf{Q16 }}$ twice in front of the whole school for his misdeeds but he $\underline{\mathbf{Q17 }}$ unrepentant. I was sure that he $\underline{\mathbf{Q18 }}$ from school if he $\underline{\mathbf{Q19 }}$ on like that. But one speech from the principal $\underline{\mathbf{Q20 }}$ his behaviour dramatically. He became the most well-behaved boy in the class.

A) remained

B) Was remained

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 Read the passage given below and choose the options that can correctly replace the underlined portions. Anand was the naughtiest boy in the whole school and always in trouble with the prefects and teachers. All the window panes $\underline{\mathbf{Q14 }}$. Over in a corner, $\underline{\mathbf{Q15 }}$a heap of broken desks and chairs, the result of his handiwork. He $\underline{\mathbf{Q16 }}$ twice in front of the whole school for his misdeeds but he $\underline{\mathbf{Q17 }}$ unrepentant. I was sure that he $\underline{\mathbf{Q18 }}$ from school if he $\underline{\mathbf{Q19 }}$ on like that. But one speech from the principal $\underline{\mathbf{Q20 }}$ his behaviour dramatically. He became the most well-behaved boy in the class.

A) expelled

B) was expelled

C) Would expel

D) would be expelled

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 Read the passage given below and choose the options that can correctly replace the underlined portions. Anand was the naughtiest boy in the whole school and always in trouble with the prefects and teachers. All the window panes $\underline{\mathbf{Q14 }}$. Over in a corner, $\underline{\mathbf{Q15 }}$a heap of broken desks and chairs, the result of his handiwork. He $\underline{\mathbf{Q16 }}$ twice in front of the whole school for his misdeeds but he $\underline{\mathbf{Q17 }}$ unrepentant. I was sure that he $\underline{\mathbf{Q18 }}$ from school if he $\underline{\mathbf{Q19 }}$ on like that. But one speech from the principal $\underline{\mathbf{Q20 }}$ his behaviour dramatically. He became the most well-behaved boy in the class.

A) is carried

B) carried

C) Was carried

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 Read the passage given below and choose the options that can correctly replace the underlined portions. Anand was the naughtiest boy in the whole school and always in trouble with the prefects and teachers. All the window panes $\underline{\mathbf{Q14 }}$. Over in a corner, $\underline{\mathbf{Q15 }}$a heap of broken desks and chairs, the result of his handiwork. He $\underline{\mathbf{Q16 }}$ twice in front of the whole school for his misdeeds but he $\underline{\mathbf{Q17 }}$ unrepentant. I was sure that he $\underline{\mathbf{Q18 }}$ from school if he $\underline{\mathbf{Q19 }}$ on like that. But one speech from the principal $\underline{\mathbf{Q20 }}$ his behaviour dramatically. He became the most well-behaved boy in the class.

A) changed

B) has been changed

C) Is changed

D) was changed

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 Select the options showing correctly^ change of the following sentences to passive voice.
We love the child.

A) The child is being loved by us.

B) The child is loved by us.

C) The child was loved by us.

D) The child had been loved by us.

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 Select the options showing correctly^ change of the following sentences to passive voice.
Does you father pick you up every day?

A) Do you pick your father every?

B) Are you being picked up by your father every day?

C) Are you picked up by your father every day?

D) Do you always pick your father?

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 Select the options showing correctly^ change of the following sentences to passive voice.
He is writing a letter.

A) A letter was being written by him.

B) A letter is being written by him.

C) A letter is written by him.

D) A letter has been written by him.

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 Select the options showing correctly^ change of the following sentences to passive voice.

A) Many books were read by John.

C) Many books has been read by John.

D) Many books have been read by John.

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 Select the options showing correctly^ change of the following sentences to passive voice.
Maryam will write a novel.

A) A novel will be written by Maryam.

B) A novel will have been written by Maryam.

C) A novel is being written by Maryam.

D) A novel was written by Maryam.

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 Select the options showing correctly^ change of the following sentences to passive voice.
Let him bring a glass of water.

A) Water will be brought by him.

B) Let a glass of water be brought by him.

C) Let a glass of water will have been brought by him.

D) A glass of water is being brought by him.

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 Select the options showing correctly^ change of the following sentences to passive voice.
His behaviour disappointed me.

A) I am disappointed at his behaviour.

B) I have been disappointed at his behaviour.

C) I was disappointed by his behaviour.

D) I will have been disappointed by his behaviour.

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 Select the options showing correctly^ change of the following sentences to passive voice.
He didn't win the prize.

A) He lost the prize.

B) The prize was not won by him.

C) The prize was won by him.

D) The prize is not won by him.

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 Select the options showing correctly^ change of the following sentences to passive voice.

A) I am going to buy a dictionary.

B) A dictionary will have been bought by me.

C) A dictionary will be bought by me.

D) None of these.

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 Select the options showing correctly^ change of the following sentences to passive voice.

A) He is made to run away.

B) He was made to run away.

C) Both [a] and [b]

D) He has been made to run away.

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 Select the options showing correctly^ change of the following sentences to passive voice.
He eats two Samosas every day.

A) Every day he is eating two Samosas.

B) Two Samosas are eaten by him every day.

C) He ate two Samosas every day.

D) Samosas two are eaten by him every day.

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 Select the options showing correctly^ change of the following sentences to passive voice.
Mohan took the 6.45 a.m. bus to school.

A) The 6.45 a.m. bus was taken by Mohan to school.

B) Mohan took the bus to school at 6.45 a.m.

C) At 6.45 a.m., Mohan took the bus to school.

D) The 6.45 a.m. bus was taken to school by Mohan.

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 Select the options showing correctly^ change of the following sentences to passive voice.
He drove his car very fast, to reach in time.

A) To reach in time, his car was driven by him very fast.

B) His car was driven very fast to reach in time

C) His car was driven by him very fast, to reach in time.

D) Driven was very fast his car to reach in time by him.

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