Madhyamik English Grammar Practce, Practise your English Grammar, do an attractive result and enrich yourself

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Voice Change of Assertive Sentence:

1. I have bought a new car.

Ans: A new car has been bought by me.

2. He gave me a book.

Ans: A book was given to me by him/I was given a book by him.

3. I have written my sister a letter.

Ans: A letter has been written to my sister by me.

4. Nayan is reading a novel.

Ans: A novel is being read by Nayan.

5. I shall ask you a  question.

Ans: You will be asked a question by me. / A question will be asked to you by me.

6. My grandmother reads the Mahabharata.

Ans: The Mahabharata is read by my grandmother.

7. They play football.

Ans: Football is played by them.

8. Sujan likes fruits.

Ans: Fruits are liked by Sujan.

9. Anuradha sings songs.

Ans: Songs are sung by Anuradha.

10. Ratul looks at the moon.

Ans: The moon is looked at by Rahul.

11. Nita types a letter.

Ans: A letter is typed by Nita.

12. She would have read the book.

Ans: The book would have been read by her.

13. The boy did not break the glass.

Ans: The glass was not broken by the boy.

14. Trespassers will be prosecuted.

Ans: Authority will prosecute trespassers.

15. Smoking is prohibited.

Ans: The authority prohibits smoking.

16. I saw him come.

Ans: He was seen to come.

17. I know the girl.

Ans: The girl is known to me.

18. Mother feeds the baby.

Ans: The baby is fed by mother.

19. She can’t enjoy it.

Ans: It cannot be enjoyed by her.

20. She writes a letter.

Ans: A letter is written by her.

21. Ramu had drawn a picture.

Ans : A picture had been drawn by Ramu.

22. Her life inspired us.

Ans: We were inspired by her life.

23. They shouted at him.

Ans: He was shouted at by them.

24. They were making a noise.

Ans: A noise was being made by them.

25. His behaviour charmed me.

Ans: I was charmed with his behaviour.

26. They laughed at me.

Ans: I was laughed at by them .

27. He promised me a reward.

Ans: I was promised a reward by him.

28. The news will please her.

Ans: She will be pleased with the news.

29. I have promises to keep.

Ans: I have promises to be kept.

30. Tresspassers will be prosecuted.

Ans  The authority will prosecute the tresspassers.

31. We cannot undo what we do.

Ans: What is done cannot be undone.

32. We know that Rabindranath wrote ‘Gitanjali’.

Ans: It is known that ‘Gitanjali’ was written by Rabindranath.

33. People on the train sang bhajans.

Ans: Bhajans were sung on the train by people.

Do Yourself:

1. Mother has blessed her son.

2. We shall arrange a party.

3. Rabina is singing a song.

4. She gave me a book.

5. He had killed a rat.

6. Sital saw a movie.

8. The postman had delivered the letter.

9. Rajib helps mother.

10. The teacher is checking home tasks.

11. He will not call her.

12. He sent a card to her.

13. My grandfather told me a story.

14. Mr. Roy teaches me Geography.

15. He can drive the car.

16. There is a lot of work to do.

17. There is no time to lose.

18. He is to do this.

19. There are two letters to post.

20. He gave her a gift.

21. He refused her to help.

22. He killed himself.

Voice Change of Interrogative Sentence:

1. Do you see the bird?

Ans: Is the bird seen by you?

2. How do you do it?

Ans: How is it done by you?

3. Have you read the story?

Ans: Has the story been read by you?

4. Which book do you like?

Ans: Which book is liked by you?

5. Did you see the animal?

Ans: Is the animal seen by you?

6. Whom did you see?

Ans: Who was seen by you?

7. Had he done the homework?

Ans: Had the homework been done by him?

8. Whom do you want?

Ans: Who is wanted by you?

9. Does Samuel always scold the students?

Ans: Are the students always scolded by Samuel?

10. Have you written anything about our teacher, Samuel?

Ans: Has anything about our teacher Samuel been written by you?

11. How did they complete the task?

Ans: How was the task completed by them?

12. Does he always scold the students?

Ans: Are the students always scolded by him?

13. How did you do it?

Ans: How was it done by you?

14. Who is singing the song?

Ans: By whom is the song being sung?

Do Yourself:

1. Whom did you find?

2. Do you know the answers?

3. What did he see?

4. Doesn’t he understand English?

5. Can you do it?

Voice Change of Imperative Sentence:

1. Keep your word.

Ans: Your word should be kept.

2. Please keep off the grass.

Ans: You are requested to keep off the grass.

3. Do the work.

Ans: Let the work be done (by you).

4. Obey your elders.

Ans: Elders should be obeyed by you.

5. Please come here.

Ans: You are requested to come here.

6. Shut the door.

Ans: Let the door be shut (by you).

7. Open the door.

Ans: Let the door be opened (by you).

8. Do not smoke.

Ans: You are advised not to smoke.

9. Let him go.

Ans: He may be allowed to go.

10. Please do the sum.

Ans: Let the sum please be done (by you).

11. Please post the letter.

Ans: Let the letter please be posted (by you).

12. Collect the garbage.

Ans: Let the garbage be collected (by you).

13. Maintain the silence in the room.

Ans: Let the silence be maintained in the room.

14. Do not insult the poor.

Ans : The poor should not be insulted.

You must kill the tyrant.

Ans  The tyrant must be killed by you.

15. Obey your teacher.

Ans: Your teacher should be obeyed.

16. One should keep one’s promises.

Ans  Promises should be kept.

Do Yourself:

1. He must do the job.

2. Polish your dusty shoes.

3. Let us do the task.

4. Clean the study room.

5. Abide by the rules.

6. Send for a doctor.

7. One should keep one’s promise.

Quasi-Passive Voice:

The book is selling well.

Ans: The book is being sold well.

Mangoes taste sweet.

Mangoes are sweet when they are tasted.

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