Passive Voice Exercises For English Grammar

The passive voice in English grammar is a construction in which the subject of a sentence is the receiver of the action rather than the doer of the action. This structure is typically formed by using a form of the verb “to be” followed by the past participle of the main verb. Passive voice can be used to emphasize the action itself, to create a sense of mystery, or to avoid assigning blame or responsibility. In this set of exercises, you will practice using the passive voice in various tenses and forms to help you better understand and apply this important grammatical concept. Good luck!

Exercise 1: Passive Voice – Simple Present

Exercise 2: Passive Voice – Various Tenses

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