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passive voice downloadable worksheets:
Introducing the "Passive Voice" (1) - Basic rules for Upper elementary and Intermediate students
This is the way I chose to introduce the passive voice to my 13-year-old students in terms of grammar rules - use and form (Simple present + S. Past). 4 different types of exercises graded in terms of complexity. First, students match the active verbs forms with the corresponding passive forms, then they read a piece of news taken today from Yahoo ...
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-14
Downloads: 3830

 
Active and Passive
This worksheet includes (I think) everything related to active and passive voice. It includes both expalnation and several activities. The things included are (forms of verb to be, past participle, changing sentences, negative, and questions from active to passive, and verbs with two objects). It also includes a guide of changing all tenses from ac...
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 2741

 
Passive
for intermediate students
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Downloads: 2321

 
PASSIVE VOICE (PRESENT SIMPLE AND PAST SIMPLE)
Students read the short grammar descriptions and do the exercises about PASSIVE VOICE for SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE and SIMPLE PAST TENSE.
Level: elementary
Age: 7-17
Downloads: 2224

 
Passive Voice
Passive Voice - rules and exercises
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Downloads: 1798

 
Active Passive 101 sentences with answers
A rare collection of 101 sentences in all the tenses and also covering interrogative, imperative and some typical sentences. Due to file size restriction the ANSWER KEY is being given separately in part 2 of this worksheet. Hope it is useful. I will upload answer key tomorrow.
Level: intermediate
Age: 7-14
Downloads: 1246

 
Sherlock Holmes case IX: Active and passive
Part 9 of my Sherlock Holmes series. A new detective story which asks students to find out who broke into a house. The students have to read the alibi cards carefully. The ws combines reading and grammar (active and passive voice). Two different exercises on active/passive are included, and so is the KEY. Hope you like it.
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 1211

 
The Passive Voice Game
This is a game to practise PASSIVE VOICE. It includes a board game,60 cards and a spinner. The rules are quite simple. First, the students spin the spinner to randomly select the tense. Then they pick a card and form two sentences, the first one in affirmative mode and the other one in question mode. If they manage to form the sentences correctly,...
Level: elementary
Age: 9-17
Downloads: 1129

 
 
PASSIVE VOICE
do not use contracted forms-use full forms -is not/are not/have not etc.

1.     Patients  (treat) in hospitals.

2.    My passport is not ready yet. It  (make) at the moment.

3.    The walls of the house  (just/paint).

4.    The newspaper  (bring) yesterday.

5.    While the potatoes  (peel) my parents arrived.

6.    Tomorrow all the compositions  (check).

7.    The car  (already/repair), now we can use it.

8.    The weather forecast  (broadcast) on TV at the moment, come and listen.

9.    While the ceiling  (paint) the bucket with the paint  (upset).

10. The order(not/make) yet.

11.  Your dress  (make) at the moment and I think that tomorrow it (finish).

12. My mother is busy at the moment. She cannot come. My baby brother  (feed).

13. Coffee  (just/make) you can have a cup if you like.

14. An interesting program  (show) on TV yesterday.

15. Last lesson we  (tell) about different unusual animals.

1.     The dinner  (not/cook) yet. The vegetables  (cut) right now. The potatoes (boil) in the morning, so now we need only some time to prepare the salad, meat and sauce.

2.    Children  (inform) about the rules of our school every year, but unfortunately some of the rules  (not/obey), yesterday another window  (break) and the guilty one  (not/find) yet.

3.    This book  (read) at our lesson right now. To be honest it is not interesting, but a discussion about the characters of the book  (hold) next lesson, so we have no choice.

4.    Everybody in our family has a lot of duties. Dishes  (do) by my sister, rooms are  (hover) by my younger brother. Shopping  (do) by my mother, money  (earn) by my father and laundry (do) by me.

5.    The dog is hungry. It  (not/feed) yet as the dog’ s food  (not/buy) yesterday.

Only Present Simple

My school is one of the best schools in the country. All the students  (treat) equally, the lessons  (hold) regularly, all the issues  (discuss) calmly with respect. The teachers  (respect) by the students and the students  (teach)  with all the creativity and devotion what a teacher can only give. Parents  (inform) regularly about the success of their children. High grades  (receive) in the tests and if a child has any problems everything  (explain) to him or her until he or she finally understands.

Much -1- already about school issues. Every country has its own particular issues, but still we have much in common. Children -2- in large classes that results in many of them fall behind. Home assignment -3- properly and very often -4- by a teacher either. Last year some of these issues -5- during the teacher conference which -6- on March 31st. Some rational solutions -7- but as far as I am concerned they -8- yet. The pupils -9- usually for being inattentive and the teachers -10- for being too strict. Neither of approaches can be considered as productive as they give no positive results. The exams -11- every year. The results of the exams -12- regularly for the last five years. The grades -13- carefully for all these years and the conclusions that recently -14- are not the most favorable ones. For example when the students -15- 5 years ago their grades were 15% higher that the grades of the same exams nowadays.

1.              

A has been written

B is written

C was written

D writes

2.             

A have been taught

B were taught

C are taught

D teach

3.             

A has not been done

B is not done

C does

D was not done

4.             

A has not been corrected

B was not correct

C corrects

D is not corrected

5.             

A have been discussed

B were discussed

C discussed

D are discussed

6.             

A has been held

B is held

C was held

D holds

7.             

A have been found

B were found

C are found

D was found

8.             

A have not been implemented

B were implement

C implemented

D to implement

9.             

A have been blamed

B are blamed

C were

D blamed

10.          

A have been blamed

B were blamed

C are blamed

D is blamed

11.           

A have been held

B were held

C holds

D are held

12.          

A have been discussed

B were discussed

C are discussed

D to discuss

13.          

A have been analyzed

B are analyzed

C were analyzed

D analyze

14.          

A are made

B were made

C is made

D have been made

15.          

A have been evaluated

B were evaluated

C was evaluated

D are evaluated

 

       

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