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

Everyone in the house has a task that he or she normally does. Describe what everyone does, changing each active voice sentence into a passive voice sentence:
EX: John buys the food. --> The food is bought by John.


1. Thomas washes the dishes. --> The dishes by Thomas.

2. Frank feeds the dogs. --> The dogs by Frank.

3. Maria prepares the food. --> The food by Maria.

4. David cleans the kitchen. --> The kitchen by David.

5. My father pays the bills. --> The bills by my father.

6. The gardener trims the bushes. --> The bushes by the gardener.

7. Helen sets the table. --> The table by Helen.

8. My mother waters the plants. --> The plants by my mother.

9. Arthur does the laundry. --> The laundry by Arthur.

10. My uncle drives us to school. --> We to school by my uncle.





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