CONNECT AND SHARE:
 


English printable worksheets
In addition to all our free exercises/resources, we offer a collection of high-quality, low-cost ESL worksheet packets.



Check out our brand-new website EnglishLiteracySite.com, specifically designed for native (and near-native) speakers of English!



OUR MOST POPULAR SECTIONS:
Free English grammar exercises
Free English vocabulary exercises
Free printables (worksheets)
Video-based listening comprehension tests
English pronunciation practice


HOME > ENGLISH GRAMMAR EXERCISES > Passive voice in the simple past 1

english as a second language








ONLINE ENGLISH GRAMMAR QUIZ
topic: THE PASSIVE VOICE: passive voice sentences in the simple past 1 | level: Beginner/Intermediate

Fill in the blanks to change each active voice sentence into a passive voice sentence:
EX: Henry Miller wrote that book. --> That book was written by Henry Miller.


1. The president gave John an award. --> John an award by the president.

2. Everyone saw them. --> They by everyone.

3. The police brought him. --> He by the police.

4. The firefighters saved the women. --> The women by the firefighters.

5. All the students understood the explanation. --> The explanation by all the students.

6. Mrs. Richardson filed two complaints. --> Two complaints by Mrs. Richardson.

7. That man stole my wallet. --> My wallet by that man.

8. Everyone knew them. --> They by everyone.

9. A snake bit him. --> He by a snake.

10. Thomas and his brother built that house. --> That house by Thomas and his brother.





BACK TO LIST OF EXERCISES



OFFICIAL ENGLISH TESTS: MELAB (Michigan English Language Assessment Battery )

The MELAB (Michigan English Language Assessment Battery) is a standardized test, created at the University of Michigan, which evaluates how well someone whose first language is not English understands, writes and speaks English. It is sometimes used as a university admission criterion to judge whether applicants are sufficiently fluent to follow an English-language study program at a university/college level.

The MELAB has three mandatory (required) sections:
1) Writing (composition)
2) Listening comprehension
3) Grammar, vocabulary, and reading comprehension

There is also a fourth, optional section where a candidate can have a one-on-one speaking test/interview with an examiner.
OUR OTHER WEBSITES:
EnglishLiteracySite.com (ENGLISH)
BusinessEnglishSite.com (ENGLISH)
ESLPDF.com (ENGLISH)
EnglishForMyJob.com (ENGLISH)
Infosquares.com (ENGLISH)
LearnSpanishFeelGood.com (SPANISH)
LearnPolishFeelGood.com (POLISH)
we-support-animal-charities
(c) 2006-2016 LearnEnglishFeelGood.com unless otherwise stated. REPOSTING ANY OF OUR CONTENT ONLINE IS NOT ALLOWED. Please see our content policy before sharing our content.