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MCQ: Passive voice - Question 1

Choose the appropriate options to complete the sentences. 

Most of the patient visits ---- to physician assistants in the recent years all around the world.

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Most of the patient visits have been made to physician assistants in the recent years all around the world.

MCQ: Passive voice - Question 2

These differences between two photographs ---- with the help of Photoshop.

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These differences between two photographs could have been removed with the help of Photoshop.

MCQ: Passive voice - Question 3

No clinical studies ---- in this child disease research so far.

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No clinical studies have been completed in this child disease research so far.

MCQ: Passive voice - Question 4

The government ---- that the tasks ---- with great success.

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The sentence is in the present tense so the option b is being fitted in the statement.
Hence the statement becomes present perfect tense.
confirmed/ have been maintained.
 

MCQ: Passive voice - Question 5

With this comprehensive international report, the country's position in the regional and global arena ---- with measurable criteria.

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"With this comprehensive international report, the country`s position in the regional and global arena will be identified with measurable criteria.

MCQ: Passive voice - Question 6

The critics ---- that the review ---- as a book in English and in many other languages.

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The sentence is talking about the critics and their opinion on a review. Let's break down the options and analyze them one by one:
A.

are said / could be published


- "are said" is incorrect because it is in the present tense, but we need a past tense verb to match with "that" in the sentence.
- "could be published" is grammatically correct, indicating a possibility, but it does not match the verb tense needed in the sentence.
B.

say / can be published


- "say" is the correct verb form in the present tense to match with "that" in the sentence.
- "can be published" is grammatically correct, indicating a possibility, and it matches the verb tense needed in the sentence.
C.

will say / had been published


- "will say" is incorrect because it is in the future tense, but we need a present tense verb to match with "that" in the sentence.
- "had been published" is incorrect because it is in the past perfect tense, but we need a simple past tense verb to match with "that" in the sentence.
D.

said / may be published


- "said" is the correct verb form in the past tense to match with "that" in the sentence.
- "may be published" is grammatically correct, indicating a possibility, and it matches the verb tense needed in the sentence.
E.

have said / should publish


- "have said" is incorrect because it is in the present perfect tense, but we need a simple past tense verb to match with "that" in the sentence.
- "should publish" is incorrect because it is in the present tense, but we need a past tense verb to match with "that" in the sentence.
Therefore, the correct answer is B.

say / can be published

.
MCQ: Passive voice - Question 7

New legislation ---- in congress but it ---- by many.

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New legislation was introduced in congress but it wasn't accepted by many.

MCQ: Passive voice - Question 8

If you would like to know what ---- in the project so far, you ---- the full report at our website.

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Present Continuous tense, 
If you would like to know what has been completed in the project so far, you can find the full report at our website.

MCQ: Passive voice - Question 9

These clothes ---- for daily use so you ---- them wherever you want.

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These clothes are designed for daily use so you can wear them wherever you want.

MCQ: Passive voice - Question 10

A more developed model of this car ---- in the showroom soon.

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A more developed model of this car will be shown in the showroom soon.
Because the statement is talking about the future, so we will use the future tense in the statement.
 

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