Monday, 10 October 2016

ACTIVE AND PASSIVE VOICE FOR CLASS 9

ACTIVE AND PASSIVE VOICE

QUESTION NO. 36 (V1)
1. Change the following sentences into passive voice. (Present Indefinite Tense)
(i) You take a bath daily.
Passive Voice: A bath is taken by you daily.
(ii) Kurshid helps Naushaba.
Passive Voice: Naushaba is helped by Kurshid.
(iii) The boy makes the picture. 
Passive Voice: The picture is made by the boy.
(iv) She loves her cat very much.
Passive Voice: Her cat is loved by her very much.
(v) We use milk for making cheese.
Passive: Milk is used by us for making cheese.
(vi) She likes apples. 
Passive Voice: Apples are liked by her.
(vii) The mother loves the children.
Passive Voice: The children are loved by the mother.
(viii) We do not like boxing.
Passive Voice: Boxing is not like by us.
(ix) Does she know me?
Passive Voice: Am I known by her?
(x) Who boils eggs?
Passive Voice: By whom are eggs boiled?
2. Change the following sentences into passive voice. (Future Indefinite Tense)
(i) He will write a letter. 
Passive Voice: A letter will be written by him.
(ii) I shall order the carriage.
Passive Voice: The carriage will be ordered by me.
(iii) People will soon forget it. 
Passive Voice: It will be soon forgotten by people.
(iv) He will finish the work in a fortnight.
Passive Voice: The work will be finished in a fortnight by him.
(v) He will give you a box of chocolates.
Passive Voice: You will be given a box of chocolates by him.
(vi) My teacher will help me in my studies.
Passive Voice: I shall be helped in my studies by my mother.
(vii) She will help me. 
Passive Voice: I shall be helped by her.
(viii) We shall not betray our country.
Passive Voice: Our country will not be betrayed by us.
(ix) Will the officer warn the peon?
Passive Voice: Will the peon be warned by the officer?
(x) Who will oppose you? 
Passive Voice:  By whom will you be opposed?
3. Change the following sentences into passive voice. (Imperative Sentences)
(i) Open the door. 
Passive Voice: Let the door be opened.
(ii) Shut the window.
Passive Voice: Let the window be shut.
(iii) Turn off the television.
Passive Voice: Let the television be turned off.
(iv) Learn your lesson.
Passive Voice: Let your lesson be learnt.
(v) Speak the truth.
Passive Voice: Let the truth be spoken.
(vi) Help the poor.
Passive Voice: Let the poor be helped.
(vii) Clean your room.
Passive Voice: Let your room be cleaned.
(viii) Do it. 
Passive Voice: Let it be done.
(ix) Don't touch it.
Passive Voice: Let it not be touched.
(x) Don't tell a lie. 
Passive Voice: Let a lie not be told.

QUESTION NO. 37 (V2)
1. Change the following sentences into passive voice. (Past Indefinite Tense)
(i) They caught the thief. 
Passive Voice: The thief was caught by them.
(ii) He took away my books.
Passive Voice: My books were taken away by him.
(iii) She sang a song. 
Passive Voice: A song was sung by her.
(iv) She bought five video films.
Passive Voice: Five video films were bought by her.
(v) A car ran over an old man.
Passive Voice: An old man was run over by a car.
(vi) The driver opened the door of the car.
Passive Voice: The door of the car was opened by the driver.
(vii) The sudden noise frightened the child. 
Passive Voice: The child was frightened by the sudden noise.
(viii) She gave me five films.
Passive Voice: I was given five films by her.
(ix) He praised the boy for his courage.
Passive Voice: The boy was praised for his courage by him.
(x) The doctor asked her to stay in bed.
Passive Voice: She was asked to stay in bed by the doctor.
2. Change the following sentences into passive voice. (Past Indefinite Tense)
(i) I did not paint the wall.
Passive Voice: The wall was not painted by me.
(ii) We did not hear a sound.
Passive Voice: A sound was not heard by us.
(iii) She did not tell a lie.
Passive Voice: A lie was not told by her.
(iv) He did not fulfill the promise.
Passive Voice: The promise was not fulfilled by him.
(v) He did not open the door.
Passive Voice: The door was not opened by him.
(vi) She did not obey her parents.
Passive Voice: Her parents were not obeyed by her.
(vii) She did not write a letter to him. 
Passive Voice: A letter was not written to him by her.
(viii) They did not help us.
Passive Voice: We were not helped by them.
(ix) The police did not arrest the thief.
Passive Voice: The thief was not arrested by the police.
(x) The students did not complete the homework.
Passive Voice: The homework was not completed by the students.
3. Change the following sentences into passive voice. (Past Indefinite Tense)
(i) Did they catch the thief?
Passive Voice: Was the thief caught by them?
(ii) Did you visit the zoo?
Passive Voice: Was the zoo visited by you?
(iii) Did he make a wise decision?
Passive Voice: Was a wise decision made by him?
(iv) Did they sign the agreement?
Passive Voice: Was the agreement signed by them?
(v) Did the technician check all the cars?
Passive Voice: Were all the cars checked by the technician?
(vi) Did the president make an important speech last night?
Passive Voice: Was an important speech made by the president last night?
(vii) Why did he insult you?
Passive Voice: Why were you insulted by him?
(viii) Why did she write such a letter?
Passive Voice: Why was such a letter written by her?
(ix) Who did it?
Passive Voice: By whom was it done?
(x) Who killed the snake?
Passive Voice: By whom was the snake killed?
QUESTION NO. 38 (V3)
1. Change the following sentences into passive voice. (Present Perfect Tense)
(i) I have sold my bicycle. 
Passive Voice: My bicycle has been sold by me.
(ii) They have won the match.
Passive Voice: The match has been won by them.
(iii) The have bought a horse.
Passive Voice: A horse has been bought by them.
(iv) We have done our homework.
Passive Voice: Our homework has been done by us.
(v) The Board has given me a gold medal.
Passive Voice: A gold medal has been given to me by the Board.
(vi) She has not beaten the dog.
Passive Voice: The dog has not been beaten by her.
(vii) We have not taken tea.
Passive Voice: Tea has not been taken by us.
(viii) They have not done their job.
Passive Voice: Their job has not been done by them.
(ix) Have you finished your work?
Passive Voice: Has your work been finished by you?
(x) Who has punished you?
Passive Voice: By whom have you been punished?
2. Change the following sentences into passive voice. (Past Perfect Tense)
(i) They had gained nothing.
Passive Voice: Nothing had been gained by them.
(ii) The teacher had punished the boy. 
Passive Voice: The boy had been punished by the teacher.
(iii) He had told me to do it.
Passive Voice: I had been told by him to do it.
(iv) I had never experienced such difficulty?
Passive Voice: Such difficulty had never been experienced by me.
(v) We had not seen him before.
Passive Voice: He had not been seen by us before.
(vi) They had not done their home task.
Passive Voice: Their home task had not been done by them.
(vii) He had not applied for the job.
Passive Voice: The job had not been applied for by him.
(viii) Had she solved the problem?
Passive Voice: Had the problem been solved by her?
(ix) Why had she not prepared the dinner?
Passive Voice: Why had the dinner not been prepared by her?
(x) Who had opposed you?
Passive Voice: By whom had you been opposed?
3. Change the following sentences into passive voice. (Future Perfect Tense)
(i) We shall have killed the snake. 
Passive Voice: The snake will have been killed by us.
(ii) He will have read this book.
Passive Voice: This book will have been read by him.
(iii) We shall have finished our work by March next.
Passive Voice: Our work will have been finished by us by March next.
(iv) They will have sold their house.
Passive Voice: Their house will have been sold by them.
(v) Children will have eaten sweets.
Passive Voice: Sweets will have been eaten by children.
(vi) They will have elected him their leader.
Passive Voice: He will have been elected their leader by them.
(vii) They will not have surrendered the enemy. 
Passive Voice: The enemy will not have been surrendered by them.
(viii) Will they have caught the train?
Passive Voice: Will the train have been caught by them?
(ix) Will she has forgiven him?
Passive Voice: Will he have been forgiven by her?
(x) Who will have paid the bill?
Passive Voice: By whom will the bill have been paid?
QUESTION NO. 39 (V1 + ing)
1. Change the following sentences into passive voice. (Present Continuous Tense)
(i) I am making the map of Pakistan.
Passive Voice: The map of Pakistan is being made by me.
(ii) I am waiting for him. 
Passive Voice: He is being waited for by me.
(iii) I am looking for my watch. 
Passive Voice: My watch is being looked for by me.
(iv) We are printing a new book.
Passive Voice: A new book is being printed by us.
(v) He is abusing me for nothing.
Passive Voice: I am being abused by him for nothing.
(vi) They are buying this house.
Passive Voice: This house is being bought by them.
(vii) They are buying new clothes. 
Passive Voice: New clothes are being bought by them.
(viii) The boy is climbing the wall.
Passive Voice: The wall is being climbed by the boy.
(ix) The mason is building the wall.
Passive Voice: The wall is being built by the mason.
(x) The milkman is milking the cow.
Passive Voice: The cow is being milked by the milkman.
2. Change the following sentences into passive voice. (Present Continuous Tense)
(i)  I am not wasting time. 
Passive Voice: Time is not being wasted by me.
(ii) He is not carrying bricks to the roof. 
Passive Voice: Brick are not being carried to the roof by him.
(iii) She is not telling a lie. 
Passive Voice: A lie is not being told by her.
(iv) They are not doing their homework.
Passive Voice: Their homework is not being done by them.
(v) Are you listening the news?
Passive Voice: Is the news being listened by you?
(vi) Are they opening the gifts?
Passive Voice: Are the gifts being opened by them?
(vii) Why is he mending the chair?
Passive Voice: Why is the chair being mended by him?
(viii) Why is he not learning his lessons?
Passive Voice: Why are his lessons not being learnt by him?
(ix) Who is ringing the bell?
Passive Voice: By whom is the bell being rung?
(x) Who is asking questions?
Passive Voice: By whom are questions being asked?
3. Change the following sentences into passive voice. (Past Continuous Tense)
(i) She was teaching the students. 
Passive Voice: The students were being taught by her.
(ii) You were telling a story.
Passive Voice: A story was being told by you.
(iii) They were saying their prayers. 
Passive Voice: Their prayers were being said by them.
(iv) The teacher was helping the students.
Passive Voice: The students were being helped by the teacher.
(v) Children were making a noise.
Passive Voice: A noise was being made by children.
(vi) They were not making false promises.
Passive Voice: False promises were not being made by them.
(vii) How was he making a picture?
Passive Voice: How was a picture being made by him?
(viii) Why were they beating the boy?
Passive Voice: Why was the boy being beaten by them?
(ix) Who was knocking at the door?
Passive Voice: By whom was the door being knocked at?
(x) Who was asking about you?
Passive Voice: By whom were you being asked about?

QUESTION NO. 40
1. Change the following sentences into active voice. (Present Tenses)
(i) The picture is made by the boy.
Active Voice: The boy makes the picture.
(ii) The children are loved by the mother.
Active Voice: The mother loves the children.
(iii) Grammar is taught to us by Mr. Ahmad.
Active Voice: Mr. Ahmad teaches us grammar.
(iv) Let the oranges be eaten.
Active Voice: Eat the oranges.
(v) The thief is being caught by the police.
Active Voice: The police is catching the thief.
(vi) He is being deceived by his own friends.
Active Voice: His own friends are deceiving him.
(vii) Bananas are being eaten by the child.
Active Voice: The child is eating bananas.
(viii)  A car has been bought by him. 
Active Voice: He has bought a car.
(ix) The job has been finished by me.
Active Voice: I have finished the job.
(x) By whom have eggs been boiled?
Active Voice: Who has boiled eggs?
2. Change the following sentences into active voice. (Past Tenses)
(i) The watch was lost by my mother.
Active Voice: My mother lost the watch.
(ii) An essay was written by him. 
Active Voice: He wrote an essay.
(iii) Penicillin was discovered by Alexander Fleming. 
Active Voice: Alexander Fleming discovered Penicillin.
(iv) The burglar was arrested by the police. 
Active Voice: The police arrested the burglar.
(v) Was the bell rung by a boy?
Active Voice: Did a boy ring the bell?
(vi) By whom was this letter written?
Active Voice: Who wrote this letter?
(vii) Why was such a letter written by your brother?
Active Voice: Why did your brother write such a letter?
(viii) Football was being played by them.
Active Voice: They were playing football.
(ix) The students were being taught by her.
Active Voice: She was teaching the students.
(x) My purse had been stolen by somebody.
Active Voice: Somebody had stolen by purse.
3. Change the following sentences into active voice. (Future Tenses)
(i) A letter will be written by him.
Active Voice: He will write a letter.
(ii) The room will be cleaned by Najma.
Active Voice: Najma will clean the room.
(iii) It will be soon forgotten by people.
Active Voice: People will soon forget it.
(iv) You will be given a box of chocolates by him.
Active Voice: He will give you a box of chocolates.
(v) I shall be helped by her. 
Active Voice: She will help me.
(vi) By whom will you be opposed?
Active Voice: Who will oppose you?
(vii) The snake will have been killed by us. 
Active Voice: We shall have killed the snake.
(viii) Our work will have been finished by us by March next.
Active Voice: We shall have finished our work by March next.
(ix) Their house will have been sold by them.
Active Voice: They will have sold their house.
(x) Will the train have been caught by them?
Active Voice: Will they have caught the train?

2 comments:

  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXyCUMW_R5s

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  2. Plz change below in passive voice....

    1) the police Said that they would help us find the bicycle

    2) early this morning,the police called my father and asked to come to the station by afternoon.

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