Sunday, 9 October 2016

ACTIVE AND PASSIVE VOICE - FUTURE PERFECT TENSE

ACTIVE & PASSIVE VOICE 
(FUTURE PERFECT TENSE)

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?

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