Fill in the correct verb form in the passive sentences.
Active: My dad cleans the garden.
Passive: The garden by my dad.
A: I will eat lunch at 2 o’clock.
P: Lunch at 2 o’clock.
A: The printer has already printed the first page.
P: The first page by the
A: The secretary was cooking coffee for everybody.
P: Coffee for everybody by the
A: The architect won a prize for his design.
P: A prize by the architect for his design.
A: Jennifer Lawrence is holding her Oscar.
P: Jennifer Lawrence’s Oscar by her.
A: We’re going to watch the film at 8 o’clock p.m.
P: The film by us at 8 o’clock
A: The popcorn machine makes popcorn with hot air.
P: Popcorn with hot air by the popcorn machine.
A: I usually dry my hair with a hairdryer.
P: My hair with a hairdryer.
A: In the shower, I picked up the soap.
P: The soap by me in the shower.
A: My parents gave me a present for my birthday.
P: A present to me for my birthday by my
I a present for my birthday by my parents.
A: Dictionaries present lots of useful information.
P: Lots of useful information by
A: We will probably buy a new car next year.
P: A new car by us next year.
A: The company has presented the results during a press conference.
P: The results during a press
conference by the company.
A: The waiter served our meals very late.
P: Our meals very late by the waiter.
A: Bacteria had infected the food.
P: The food by bacteria.
A: We found horse meat in lasagna.
P: Horse meat in lasagna.
A: I’m going to ride my horse every day.
P: My horse every day.
A: Yesterday, I cleaned the windows.
P: The windows yesterday.
A: The rain has destroyed the crop.
P: The crop by the rain.