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Active to Passive Voice Examples with Answer (Basic Level) | Change the Voice - Examples

Here are some more examples of how to change the voice from active to passive with answer (basic lavel).

These examples may help you for better clarification of the grammatical rules to change the voice.

Also read: Basic rules to change the voice.

Change the Voice - Examples with Answer From Active to Passive

Assertive Sentence: 

Active – I play cricket.
Passive – Cricket is played by me.

Active – We read books.
Passive – books are read by us.

Active – He catches the ball.
Passive – The ball is caught by him.

Active – She drives the car.
Passive – The car is driven by her.

Active – They run the business.
Passive – The business is run by them.

Active – I don't play football.
Passive – Football is not played by me.

Active – We don’t eat mangoes.
Passive – Mangoes are not eaten by us.

Active – He doesn’t complete anything in time.
Passive – Anything is not completed by him in time.

Imperative Sentence:

Active – Buy a ticket for me.
Passive – Let a ticket be bought for me. / You are ordered to buy a ticket for me.

Active – Don’t cross the road.
Passive – Let not the road be crossed.

Active – Respect your teachers.
Passive – Your teachers should be

Active – Please don’t open the window.
Passive – You are requested not to open the window.

Active – Please take the medicine.
Passive – You are requested to take the medicine.

Present Indefinite Tense: 

Active – I eat rice.
Passive – Rice is eaten by me.

Active – We take breakfast in the morning.
Passive – Breakfast is taken in the morning by us.

Active – Rohit hits sixes in every match.
Passive – Sixes are hit by Rohit in every match.

Active – Do You watch movies?
Passive – Are movies watched by you?

Active – Does he know them?
Passive – Are they known to him?

Active – Don’t I help you whenever you are in trouble?
Passive – Aren’t you helped by me whenever you are in trouble.

Active – Does not she drink milk?
Passive – Is not milk drunk by her?

Active – Doesn’t he know the answers?
Passive – Aren’t the answer known to him?

Present Continuous Tense: 

Active – My brother is singing an old song.
Passive – An old song is being sung by my brother.

Active – The boys are not attending the classes.
Passive – The classes are not being attended by the boys.

Active – Our teacher is scolding the boys.
Passive – The boys are being scolded by our teacher.

Active – They are enjoying the circus.
Passive – The circus is being enjoyed by them.

Active – Is he washing his face.
Passive – Is his face being washed (by him)?

Active – Am I disturbing you?
Passive – Are you being disturbed by me?

Active – Aren’t they helping the poor people?
Passive – Are the poor people not being helped by them?

Active – Isn’t the tiger chasing the fawn?
Passive – Is the fawn not being chased by you?

Present Perfect Tense: 

Active – You have done a great job.
Passive – A great job has been done by you.

Active – He has put all the eggs in one bag.
Passive – All the eggs have been put in one bag by him.

Active – She has not completed her job.
Passive – Her job has nit been completed (by her).

Active – I have not seen the man.
Passive – The man has not been seen by me.

Active – Have you written the letter?
Passive – Has the letter been written by you?

Active – Hasn’t she send the files.
Passive – Have the files not been sent by her?

Active – Has Mahin composed the music?
Passive – Has the music been composed by Mahin?

Active – Haven’t we defeated the enemy.
Passive – Hasn’t our enemy been defeated by us?

Past Indefinite Tense: 

Active – We helped the old man.
Passive – The old man was helped by us.

Active – He wrote five articles.
Passive – Five articles were written by him.

Active – John did not recognise him as a wrestler.
Passive – Hoe was not recognised as a wrestler by John.

Active – We didn’t kill the goats.
Passive –  The goats were not killed by us.

Active – Did we chose a wrong way?
Passive – Was a wrong way chosen by us?

Active – Did you buy some chocolates?
Passive – Were some chocolates bought by you?

Active – Didn’t I give you a pen?
Passive – Wasn’t a pen given to you by me? / Wasn’t you given a pen by me?

Active – Didn’t she buy vegetables?
Passive – Weren’t vegetables bought by her?

Past Continuous Tense: 

Active – My brother was singing an old song.
Passive – An old song was being sung by my brother.

Active – The boys were not attending the classes.
Passive – The classes were not being attended by the boys.

Active – Our teacher was scolding the boys.
Passive – The boys were being scolded by our teacher.

Active – They were enjoying the circus.
Passive – The circus was being enjoyed by them.

Active – Was he washing his face.
Passive – Was his face being washed (by him)?

Active – Was I disturbing you?
Passive – Were you being disturbed by me?

Active – Weren’t they helping the poor people?
Passive – Were the poor people not being helped by them?

Active – Wasn’t the tiger chasing the fawn?
Passive – Was the fawn not being chased by you?

Past Perfect Tense: 

Active – He had picked the pieces of the broken glass.
Passive – The pieces of the broken glass had been picked by him.

Active – Kamal had taken the notes before Jamal said.
Passive – Thee notes had been taken by Kamal before Jamal said.

Active – They had not punished him.
Passive – He had not been punished by them.

Active – The police had not bothered the people.
Passive – The people had not been bothered by the police.

Active – Hadn’t the boy helped the police to find the thief?
Passive – Hadn’t the police been helped by the boy to find the thief?

Active – Had not we made mistakes?
Passive – Had mistakes not been made by us?

Future Indefinite Tense: 

Active – We shall meet him.
Passive – He will be met by us.

Active – They will buy a dozen of bananas.
Passive – A dozen of bananas will be bought by them.

Active – The soldiers will not fight the battle.
Passive – The battle will not be fought (by the soldiers).

Active – Will she tell me everything?
Passive – Will everything be told to me by her? / Shall I be told everything by her?

Active – Shall not we celebrate his ninetieth birthday?
Passive – Will not his ninetieth birthday be celebrated (by us)?

Active – Will not the President deliver a speech?
Passive – Will a speech not be delivered by the President?

Modal Auxiliary Verbs Tense: 

Active – I can do it.
Passive – It can be done by me.

Active – He can not allow us to enter the shop.
Passive – We can not be allowed to enter the shop by him.

Active – Can you finish it immediately ?
Passive – Can it be finished immediately by you?

Active – Can’t she tell you about her problems?
Passive – Can’t you be told about her problems (by her)?

Active – Ronny could explain it better.
Passive – It could be explained by Ronny better.

Active – The bird could not save the eggs from the snake.
Passive – The eggs could not be saved by the bird from the snake.

Active – Couldn't you complete your homework?
Passive – Couldn't your homework be completed (by you)?

Active – She would repair her door the next day.
Passive – Her door would be repaired by her the next day.

Active – They may defeat us.
Passive – We may be defeated by them.

Active – We may not attend the seminar.
Passive – The seminar may not be attended by us.

Active – You would have driven the car slowly.
Passive – The car would have been driven by you slowly.

Active – She wouldn't have joined the march.
Passive – The march wouldn't have been joined by her.

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