Passive and Active Voice

Meibis 2017-10-10 22:59:26
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A group of sentences are given. Both active and passive are provided. The objective is that students can identify if the sentences are in the active voice or the passive voice.
The second part of the worksheet asks the learner to write the opposed voice to the sentences given. In other words, if the example is in passive voice, then the student will change it to the active voice, and viceversa.
At the end there is a word of caution saying that intransitive verbs cannot take passive voice form. A list of intransitive verbs is provided to illustrate the point.

The present printable, downloadable handout is intended for high school students at Intermediate (B1) level. It is valuable for practising Passive voice or active voice in English, and is excellent for improving your learners' Writing skills. The solutions are provided, too.
Copyright License: This file is licensed by Meibis under the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives License

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