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MCQ: Active & Passive Voice - Question 1

Convert the following sentences into simple past passive.
1. The company chose me to present the project. 


Detailed Solution for MCQ: Active & Passive Voice - Question 1

 I was chosen by the company to present the project.

MCQ: Active & Passive Voice - Question 2

Convert the following sentences into simple past passive.
Nobody helped him.


Detailed Solution for MCQ: Active & Passive Voice - Question 2

Simple Past Passive voice is :
He was not helped by anybody.

MCQ: Active & Passive Voice - Question 3

Convert the following sentences into simple past passive.
They never sent me the bill.


Detailed Solution for MCQ: Active & Passive Voice - Question 3

When we convert an active sentence in the simple past tense into the passive voice, we use the verb 'was/were + past participle'. 'Was' is used when the subject is a singular noun or pronoun.
So the answer is, 'I was never sent the bill'.
 

MCQ: Active & Passive Voice - Question 4

Convert the following sentences into simple past passive.
Elmer entertained the guests. 


Detailed Solution for MCQ: Active & Passive Voice - Question 4

Simple Past Passive Voice
The guests were entertained by Elmer.

MCQ: Active & Passive Voice - Question 5

Convert the following sentences into simple past passive.
Dennis Bergkamp scored the goal of the year.


Detailed Solution for MCQ: Active & Passive Voice - Question 5

Passive voice will be :

The goal of the year was scored by Dennis Bergkamp

MCQ: Active & Passive Voice - Question 6

Convert the following sentences into simple past passive.
The students converted each sentence to passive.


Detailed Solution for MCQ: Active & Passive Voice - Question 6

The students converted each sentence to passive.
( In  simple past passive)
Each sentence was converted to passive by the students.

MCQ: Active & Passive Voice - Question 7

Convert the following sentences into simple past passive.
Three men robbed the local bank.


Detailed Solution for MCQ: Active & Passive Voice - Question 7

The local bank was robbed by three men

MCQ: Active & Passive Voice - Question 8

Convert the following sentences into simple past passive.
The company executive promoted John.


Detailed Solution for MCQ: Active & Passive Voice - Question 8

Conversion of Sentence into Simple Past Passive:


Original sentence: The company executive promoted John.


Simple Past Passive sentence: John was promoted by the company executive.


Detailed


Step 1: Identify the subject and object in the original sentence:



  • Subject: The company executive

  • Object: John


Step 2: Rearrange the sentence structure:



  • Move the object "John" to the beginning of the sentence.

  • Place the subject "The company executive" after the object.


Step 3: Change the verb form:



  • Change the verb "promoted" to its corresponding passive form "was promoted".


Step 4: Add the preposition "by":



  • Insert the preposition "by" after the passive verb "was promoted" to indicate the doer of the action.


Final sentence:



  • John was promoted by the company executive.


By following these steps, we can convert the given sentence "The company executive promoted John" into the simple past passive form "John was promoted by the company executive."

MCQ: Active & Passive Voice - Question 9

Convert the following sentences into simple past passive.
Yesterday's earthquake shook the whole town.


Detailed Solution for MCQ: Active & Passive Voice - Question 9

The simple past passive voice is : S + was/ were + V3
The whole town was shaken by earthquake the day before.

MCQ: Active & Passive Voice - Question 10

Convert the following sentences into simple past passive.
Herman didn't take this speech seriously.


Detailed Solution for MCQ: Active & Passive Voice - Question 10

This speech was not taken seriously by Herman.

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