Passive Voice for All Tenses and Modals
Passive voices for Present and Future Modals e. A car can be driven by him He cannot drive a car. A car cannot be driven by him. Can he drive a car? Can a car be driven by him? This book must be learnt by him. He must not learn this book. This book must not be learnt by him.
Must he learn this book? Must this book be learnt by him. An apple may be eaten by her. She may not eat an apple. An apple may not be eaten by her. May she eat an apple? May an apple be eaten by her?
The snake might be killed by her. She might not kill the snake.
The snake might not be killed by her. Might she kill the snake?
Worksheets - pdf exercises
Might the snake be killed by her? This clock should be bought by me.
Passive Voice Exercises - English Practice
I should not buy this clock. This clock should not be bought by me. Should I buy this clock? Should this clock be bought by me?
Passive voice modals exercises pdf
She ought to be helped by you. You ought not to help her.
She ought not to be helped by you. Passive voices for Past Modals e. A job should have been started by me. I should not have started a job. A job should not have been started by me. Should I have started a job?
Should a job have been started by me? The exam must have been passed by him.
He must not have passed the exam. The exam must not have been passed by him. The kids may have been helped by you. You may not have helped the kids. The kids may not have been helped by you. The snake might have been killed by her. He might have not killed the snake.
Forming Passives With Modals
The snake might not have been killed by her. The task ought to have been finished by you. You ought not to have finished the task.
Active and passive voice
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