Active & Passive Verb

Active & Passive Verb

1. Rewrite the following sentences using the right forms of verbs.

(a) I was made ---------- (do) the work.  

(b) He ---------- (fill) with a strange wonder.

(c) My sister was heard ---------- (sing) a song.

(d) I surely ---------- (make) for Jim.

(e) My watch ---------- (repair) recently.

(f) The waiter asked her if she would have something while the salmon ---------- (to cook).

(g) What cannot ---------- (cure) must ---------- (endure).

(h) I ---------- (to startle) when the bill of fare was brought. 

(i) I ---------- (make) to drive his car by him. 

(j) I ---------- (not suppose) to know about it


2. Rewrite the following sentences using the right forms of verbs.

(a) Rome ---------- (not build) in a day. 

(b) They ---------- (quite mistake). 

(c) English ---------- (speak) all over the world. 

(d) The ship cam slowly nearer, and the man ---------- (fill) with fear. 

(e) Rice ---------- (eat) in Asia mainly. 

(f) The albatross ---------- (kill) on the ship? 

(g) What ---------- (lot) cannot be blotted. 

(h) At daylight I ---------- (to awaken) half by the sound of chopping.

(i) A lot of trees ---------- (uproot). 

(j) Rice and jute ---------- (to grow) here. 


3. Rewrite the following sentences using the right forms of verbs.

(a) The book exhibition ---------- (open) by the Education Minister.

(b) He ---------- (to hang) for murder. 

(c) Let not the poor ---------- (look)  down upon.

(d) Such habits should ---------- (to give) up. 

(e) When the station ---------- (reach) by you? 

(f) Language ---------- (to speak) all over the world to communicate ideas and thoughts. 

(g) Will those happy days ---------- (ever forget)?


(h) Life is ---------- (to make) up of sobs.

(i) Sometimes in winter the institution ---------- (cut) off from the village.

(j) Within forty minutes her head ---------- (cover) with tiny, close-lying curls. 


4. Rewrite the following sentences using the right forms of verbs.

(a) Let this sum ---------- (do).

(b) The principal desired the notice ---------- (to hang) on the board.

(c) Since she ---------- (to incline) to talk about me I ---------- (to prepare) to be an attentive listener.

(d) When was the book ---------- (to buy) ? 

(e) The telegraph wires---------- (cut).

(f) His eyes ---------- (to fix) upon Della. 

(g) Oppression will always ---------- (to defeat).

(h) The teacher said that honesty ---------- (to be) not always rewarded. 

(i) The dog ---------- (run) over by the motor car. 

(j) He has ---------- (to punish) enough. 

(k) He waited for the asparagus ---------- (to cook). 

(l) I ---------- (to fill) with a passionate resentment. 

(m) Let the word ---------- (pen) through.