Today, we’re going to delve deep into an essential grammatical structure: the English Passive Voice.
This voice is pivotal for various reasons, especially when the action is more important than the actor or when we don’t know the actor.
Throughout these exercises, you’ll have the opportunity to sharpen your understanding, correct common mistakes, practice vocabulary related to the passive voice, and learn to frame relevant questions.
1) Put the Sentences in the Correct Order – English Passive Voice
a) was / by / the / the / stolen / painting / thief
The painting was stolen by the thief.
2) Fix Grammatical Errors – English Passive Voice
a) The cacke were bake by her.
The cake was baked by her.
3) Practice your Vocabulary Completing the Sentences
a) The message wxx delxxxxxd by txx courier.
The message was delivered by the courier.
4) About English Passive Voice, Write the Obvious Questions to the Answers
a) The movie was directed by Christopher Nolan. ( Who…)
Who directed the movie?
Having worked through these activities, you’re now better equipped to understand and use the English Passive Voice effectively.
Remember, practice is the key. Always be attentive to real-life examples around you, whether in books, on TV, or during conversations.
The passive voice can seem intricate initially, but with consistent practice, it will become second nature to you. Keep up the excellent work and always strive to enhance your English skills!