Howl's Moving Castle: Passive Voice (Present/Past Simple)

RitaMess November 25, 2021

Task description & scene summary

Task description:
Practice the use of Passive Voice (Present/Past Simple) through rewriting the sentences, filling in the gaps and multiple choice answers.
Scene summary:
Howl meets Sophie for the first time. They cook breakfast together. Calcifer fools around.
Video length: 1 minute 44 seconds
Lesson type: Grammar practice
Student types:
Copyright license: Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives License
First published: 2021-11-25, 21:45:55 (GMT+1)
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Video quiz questions (printable)

1) Rewrite the sentence using Passive Voice: "Sophie bullied Calcifer."

Answer the question using your own words

2) Fill in the gap with Passive Voice:

Fill the gap: The lady ________________________ Grandma Sophie. (to call)

3) Rewrite the sentence using Passive Voice: "Howl asked Sophie to give him bacon and eggs."

Answer the question using your own words

4)

Fill the gap: The eggs ________________________ on a frying pan. (to fry)

5)

Fill the gap: Some eggshells ________________________ by Calcifer a moment ago. (to eat)

6)

Fill the gap: Sophie ________________________ as a cleaner by Calcifer. (to hire)

7) Rewrite the sentence using Passive Voice: "Markl invites Sophie to eat breakfast".

Answer the question using your own words

8)

Put the words in order: cleaned is the in never The table castle.

About the author

KIERAN DONAGHY ABOUT ISLCOLLECTIVE VIDEO QUIZZES:

"iSLCollective Interactive Video Quizzes are highly engaging and motivating multimodal texts for English language students to learn vocabulary and improve their listening skills. They are the perfect complement to the creative and innovative lesson plans on Film English."

Kieran Donaghy,
Creator of FilmEnglish.com, a site with hundreds of high quality, free ESL/EFL lesson plans created around short films

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