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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: 3853

 
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: 2755

 
Passive
for intermediate students
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Downloads: 2332

 
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: 2235

 
Passive Voice
Passive Voice - rules and exercises
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Downloads: 1802

 
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: 1251

 
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: 1214

 
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

 
A. Write in the correct form of the verbs in the passive voice (present or past simple).
 
     1. In the USA, obesity  (consider) a serious health problem.
     2. Many years ago, fried fish  (make) popular in the UK by the Portuguese.
     3. Nowadays, children  (teach) to eat healthily at school.
     4. Tomatoes  once  (think) to be poisonous by the Italians.
     5.  fast food  (sell) in Portuguese schools?
     6. Bananas  only  (bring) to the British markets in the 20th century.
     7. Smoking  (not/ allow) in public facilities.
     8. Last year, more than £3 billion  (spend) in Indian restaurants in England.
     9. Before Columbus got to America, potatoes  (not/ grow) in Europe.
     10.  orange juice still  (deliver) in the UK?
 
 
B. Complete the sentences with the passive voice of the verbs using modals.
 
     1. Patricia  (might / choose) to represent our school in Junior Parliament.
     2. Many animal species  (could / save) if humans weren't so selfish.
     3. New galaxies  (will / find) by new scientific instruments.
     4. Sugary food  (should / not / eat) by very young children.
     5. Obesity  (can / cure), but diets  (must / not / disrespect).
     6.  Spanish  (will / teach) in our school next year?
     7.  eating disorders  (can / cause) by depression?
     8.  fat  (should / abolish) from our diets?

 

       

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