Making questions in the Passive
Introducing the "Passive Voice" (1) - Basic rules for Upper elementary and Intermediate students
Active and Passive
PASSIVE VOICE (PRESENT SIMPLE AND PAST SIMPLE)
The American Dream
QUESTIONS IN THE PASSIVE
Make passive questions using the question words and the verbs in the table. (Complete the gaps)
how many—where—how often—whose—when—why—who—which—where—what—how much
transfer—finish—advertise—redecorate—destroy—water—break into—hold—pay—take —inform—write—sweep
E.G. 1. A:
so cruelly for years?
B: To make grazing land for cattle.
the 2008 Summer Olympics
B: In Beijing, China.
the plants in the living room usually
B: Twice a week in summer, but not so often in winter.
the building work on the new shopping centre
B: At the beginning of next month.
of the changes of the timetable so far?
B: All of them, I think.
to hospital last night?
B: Nora. She had a really bad stomach pain.
B: I'm not sure, but it'll probably be the one in the city.
B: Vicky’s. They took nearly everything.
at the moment?
B: Mainly in magazines and newspapers.
for this kind of work?
B: About $2000.
B: With a matchstick dipped in blood.
by? I can’t remember his name.
B:Shakespeare did, I reckon.
N.B. This exercise is also available as a printable for those who are interested.