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Active Passive voice Objective Question with Answer

General English: Active / Passive voice

1. Select the option that expresses the given sentence in passive voice.
The invigilator is advising the students not to carry calculators into the examination hall.
  (1) The students were advised not to carry calculators into the examination hall.
  (2) The students are being advised by the invigilator not to carry calculators into the examination hall.
  (3) The students have been advised not to carry calculators into the examination hall by the invigilator.
  (4) The students were advised the invigilator not to carry calculators into the examination hall.
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) The students are being advised by the invigilator not to carry calculators into the examination hall.


2. Select the option that expresses the given sentence in passive voice.
The sunrays burned my face.
  (1) My face is burned by the sunrays.
  (2) My face is being burned by the sunrays.
  (3) My face has been burned by the sunrays.
  (4) My face was burned by the sunrays.
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) My face was burned by the sunrays.


3. Select the option that expresses the given sentence in passive voice.
Close all the windows.
  (1) Will you close all the windows?
  (2) Can you close all the windows?
  (3) All the windows be closed.
  (4) Let all the windows be closed.
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Let all the windows be closed.


4. Select the option that expresses the given sentence in passive voice.
Someone stole his traveller’s cheques when he was travelling in Europe.
  (1) His traveller’s cheques was stole when he was travelling in Europe.
  (2) His traveller’s cheques were stolen when he was travelling in Europe.
  (3) His traveller’s cheques are stole when he was travelling in Europe.
  (4) Someone had been stole his traveller’s cheques when he was travelling in Europe.
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) His traveller’s cheques were stolen when he was travelling in Europe.


5. Select the option that expresses the given sentence in passive voice.
The postman had delayed the letter.
  (1) The letter was delayed by the postman.
  (2) The letter had been delayed by the postman.
  (3) The postman had been delayed by the letter.
  (4) The letter had delayed the postman.
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) The letter had been delayed by the postman.


6. Select the option that expresses the given sentence in passive voice.
Help the needy people.
  (1) Let the needy people being helped.
  (2) Let the needy people be helped.
  (3) The needy people are been helped.
  (4) The needy people are helping.

CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Let the needy people be helped.


7. Select the option that expresses the given sentence in passive voice.
The man bought a parrot that could speak five languages.
  (1) A parrot that could spoke five languages bought the man.
  (2) A parrot that spoke five languages had been bought by the man.
  (3) A parrot that spoken five languages was bought by the man.
  (4) A parrot that spoke five languages was bought by the man.
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) A parrot that spoke five languages was bought by the man.


8. Select the option that expresses the given sentence in passive voice.
Please do your work properly.
  (1) Can you please do your work properly?
  (2) You are requested to do your work properly.
  (3) Will you please do your work properly?
  (4) You are instructed to do your work properly.
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) You are requested to do your work properly.


9. Select the option that expresses the given sentence in passive voice.
Who wrote the Ramayana?
  (1) By who was the Ramayana written?
  (2) By whom was that who wrote the Ramayana?
  (3) Who was that who wrote the Ramayana?
  (4) By whom was the Ramayana written?
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) By whom was the Ramayana written?


10. Select the option that expresses the given sentence in passive voice.
Imran has found two good jobs in the advertisements of the newspaper.
  (1) Two good jobs are being found by Imran in the advertisements of the newspaper.
  (2) Two good jobs have been found by Imran in the advertisements of the newspaper.
  (3) Two good jobs has found by Imran in the advertisements of the newspaper.
  (4) Two good jobs had found by Imran in the advertisements of the newspaper.

CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Two good jobs have been found by Imran in the advertisements of the newspaper.


11. Select the option that expresses the given sentence in passive voice.
The boy’s cricket ball broke the neighbour’s window.
  (1) The neighbour’s window is broken by the boy’s cricket ball.
  (2) The neighbour’s window had been broke by the boy’s cricket ball.
  (3) The neighbour’s window was broke by the boy’s cricket ball.
  (4) The neighbour’s window was broken by the boy’s cricket ball.
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) The neighbour’s window was broken by the boy’s cricket ball.


12. Select the option that expresses the given sentence in passive voice.
You can solve this problem.
  (1) This problem ought to be solved by you.
  (2) This problem might be solved by you.
  (3) This problem can be solved by you.
  (4) This problem should be solved by you.
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) This problem can be solved by you.


13. Select the option that expresses the given sentence in passive voice.
Shiva wrote a letter to the head of the HR Department in response to the advertisement.
  (1) A letter was written by Shiva to the head of the HR department in response to the advertisement.
  (2) A letter was written by the head of the HR department to Shiva in response to the advertisement.
  (3) A letter was wrote by Shiva to the head of the HR department in response to the advertisement.
  (4) A letter had been written by Shiva to the head of the HR department in response to the advertisement.
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) A letter was written by Shiva to the head of the HR department in response to the advertisement.


14. Select the option that expresses the given sentence in passive voice.
They didn’t repair my phone yesterday.
  (1) My phone could not be repaired yesterday by them.
  (2) My phone did not get repaired yesterday by them.
  (3) My phone had not been repaired yesterday by them
  (4) My phone was not repaired yesterday by them.
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) My phone was not repaired yesterday by them.


15. Select the option that expresses the given sentence in passive voice.
He gave Kaveri a beautiful yellow dress.
  (1) Kaveri has given a beautiful yellow dress by him.
  (2) Kaveri was given a beautiful yellow dress by him.
  (3) Kaveri has been given a beautiful yellow dress by him.
  (4) Kaveri is given a beautiful yellow dress by him.
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Kaveri was given a beautiful yellow dress by him.


16. Select the option that expresses the given sentence in passive voice.
The spider on the wall frightened Jiya.
  (1) Jiya had been frightened of the spider on the wall.
  (2) The spider on the wall was frightened by Jiya.
  (3) Jiya has been frightened by the spider on the wall.
  (4) Jiya was frightened by the spider on the wall.
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Jiya was frightened by the spider on the wall.


17. Select the option that expresses the given sentence in passive voice.
The armed forces put up an impressive parade on Republic Day.
  (1) An impressive parade was put up by the armed forces on Republic Day.
  (2) An impressive parade have been put up by the armed forces on Republic Day.
  (3) An impressive parade was being put up on Republic Day by the armed forces.
  (4) An impressive parade is putting up by the armed forces on Republic Day.
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) An impressive parade was put up by the armed forces on Republic Day.


18. Select the option that expresses the given sentence in passive voice.
Richard wore a broad belt with shiny buckles.
  (1) A broad belt with shiny buckles wore Richard.
  (2) A broad belt with shiny buckles was wear by Richard.
  (3) A broad belt with shiny buckles was worn by Richard.
  (4) A broad belt with shiny buckles had been worn by Richard.
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) A broad belt with shiny buckles was worn by Richard.


19. Select the option that expresses the given sentence in passive voice.
The fielder at the slip position took a brilliant catch.
  (1) A brilliant catch was taken by the fielder at the slip position.
  (2) A brilliant catch had been taken by the fielder at the slip position.
  (3) A brilliant catch was being taken by the fielder at the slip position.
  (4) A brilliant catch has been taken by the fielder at the slip position.
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) A brilliant catch was taken by the fielder at the slip position.


20. Select the option that expresses the given sentence in passive voice.
Martin drew a picture of the snow-capped mountains.
  (1) A picture of the snow-capped mountains has been drawn by Martin.
  (2) A picture of the snow-capped mountains was drawn by Martin.
  (3) A picture of the snow-capped mountains is drawn by Martin.
  (4) A picture of the snow-capped mountains is being drawn by Martin.
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) A picture of the snow-capped mountains was drawn by Martin.


21. Select the passive form of the given sentence.
The manager keeps the work pending.
  (1) The work are being kept pending by the manager.
  (2) The work was kept pending by the manager.
  (3) The work has been kept pending by the manager
  (4) The work is kept pending by the manager.
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) The work is kept pending by the manager.


22. Select the correct passive form of the given sentence.
His elder sister taught him English.
  (1) He is being taught English by his elder sister.
  (2) His elder sister is taught English by him.
  (3) He has been taught English by his elder sister.
  (4) He was taught English by his elder sister.
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) He was taught English by his elder sister.


23. Select the correct passive form of the given sentence.
Did the problems you had to face discourage you?
  (1) Are you being discouraged by the problems you had to face?
  (2) Have you been discouraged by the problems you have to face?
  (3) Are you discouraged by the problems you had to face?
  (4) Were you discouraged by the problems you had to face?
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Were you discouraged by the problems you had to face?


24. Select the correct passive form of the given sentence.
They offered me a chair
  (1) A chair was being offered to me.
  (2) I offered a chair to them.
  (3) I was offered a chair by them.
  (4) A chair is offered to me by them.
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) I was offered a chair by them.


25. Select the passive form of the given sentence.
They are constructing a residential youth hostel.
  (1) A residential youth hostel is constructed by them.
  (2) A residential youth hostel was constructed by them.
  (3) A residential youth hostel has been constructed by them.
  (4) A residential youth hostel is being constructed by them.
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) A residential youth hostel is being constructed by them.


26. Select the passive form of the given sentence.
People claim to have seen the wild and mad elephant in several cities.
  (1) The wild and mad elephant was claimed to be seen by people in several cities.
  (2) The wild and mad elephant is claimed to have been seen in several cities.
  (3) The wild and mad elephant is being claimed to be seen in several cities.
  (4) The wild and mad elephant has been claimed to be seen by the people in several cities.
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) The wild and mad elephant is claimed to have been seen in several cities.


27. Select the correct passive form of the given sentence.
The farmer is ploughing the fields.
  (1) The fields have been ploughed by the farmer.
  (2) The fields are being ploughed by the farmer.
  (3) The fields were ploughed by the farmer.
  (4) The fields are ploughed by the farmer.
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) The fields are being ploughed by the farmer.


28. Select the correct passive form of the given sentence.
A child could understand his theory.
  (1) His theory was understood by a child.
  (2) His theory can be understood by a child.
  (3) His theory could be understood by a child.
  (4) His theory is being understood by a child.
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) His theory could be understood by a child.


29. Select the correct passive form of the given sentence.
Why do you spend so much money?
  (1) Why has so much money been spent by you?
  (2) Why is so much money being spent by you?
  (3) Why was so much money spent by you?
  (4) Why is so much money spent by you?
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) Why is so much money spent by you?


30. Select the correct passive form of the given sentence.
The children sang the National Anthem with great enthusiasm.
  (1) The National Anthem was sung with great enthusiasm by the children.
  (2) The National Anthem has been sung with great enthusiasm by the children.
  (3) The National Anthem is sung with great enthusiasm by the children.
  (4) The National Anthem was being sung with great enthusiasm by the children.
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) The National Anthem was sung with great enthusiasm by the children.


31. Select the correct passive form of the given sentence.
He incurred heavy losses in business.
  (1) Heavy losses are incurred in business by him.
  (2) Heavy losses was incurred in business by him.
  (3) Heavy losses were incurred in business by him.
  (4) Heavy losses are being incurred in business by him.
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Heavy losses were incurred in business by him.


32. Select the correct passive form of the given sentence.
She is teaching French to children.
  (1) Children are being taught French by her.
  (2) Children were taught French by her.
  (3) Children are taught French by her.
  (4) Children have been taught French by her.
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Children are being taught French by her.


33. Select the correct passive form of the given sentence.
Fortunately, the fire did not cause much damage.
  (1) Fortunately, not much damage was caused by the fire.
  (2) Fortunately, not much damage was being caused by the fire.
  (3) Fortunately, not much damage is caused by the fire.
  (4) Fortunately, not much damage is being caused by the fire.
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Fortunately, not much damage was caused by the fire.


34. Select the correct passive form of the given sentence.
The commander ordered his soldiers to move forward and attack the enemy camps.
  (1) His soldiers were ordered by the commander to be moved forward and attacked the enemy camps.
  (2) The commander was ordered by his soldiers to move forward and attack the enemy camps.
  (3) The soldiers were ordered by their commander to move forward and attack the enemy camps.
  (4) The commander ordered his soldiers to be moved forward and attacked the enemy camps.
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) The soldiers were ordered by their commander to move forward and attack the enemy camps.


35. Select the correct passive form of the given sentence.
Conduct all the exams in a fair and proper manner.
  (1) Let all the exams be conducted in a fair and proper manner.
  (2) Let all exams should be conducted in fair and proper manner.
  (3) All the exams are conducted in a fair and proper manner.
  (4) The exams were all conducted in a fair and proper manner.
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) Let all the exams be conducted in a fair and proper manner.


36. In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of four alternatives suggested, select the one, which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.
Jay posted the video on YouTube.
  (1) The video has been posted on YouTube by Jay.
  (2) The video was posted on YouTube by Jay.
  (3) The video had been posted on YouTube by Jay.
  (4) The video is posted on YouTube by Jay.
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) The video was posted on YouTube by Jay.


37. In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of four alternatives suggested, select the one, which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.
The candidates are writing an essay.
  (1) An essay was wrote by the candidates.
  (2) An essay is being written by the candidates.
  (3) An essay has had been written by the candidates.
  (4) An essay had been written by the candidates.
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) An essay is being written by the candidates.


38. In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of four alternatives suggested, select the one, which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.
Jayesh has sent the email.
  (1) The email has had been sent by Jayesh.
  (2) The email has been sent by Jayesh.
  (3) The email was sent by Jayesh.
  (4) The email was send by Jayesh.
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) The email has been sent by Jayesh.


39. In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of four alternatives suggested, select the one, which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.
We shall invite Suresh.
  (1) Suresh would be invited by us.
  (2) Suresh would have been invited by us.
  (3) Suresh will be invited by us.
  (4) Suresh will have been invited by us.
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) Suresh will be invited by us.


40. In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of four alternatives suggested, select the one, which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.
I took the grinder yesterday.
  (1) The grinder was took by me yesterday.
  (2) The grinder was took by me the day before.
  (3) The grinder had been took by me the day before.
  (4) The grinder was taken by me yesterday.
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) The grinder was taken by me yesterday.


41. In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of four alternatives suggested, select the one, which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.
We will send you your laboratory reports as soon as they are ready.
  (1) You would be sent your laboratory reports as soon as they will be ready.
  (2) Your laboratory reports will be sent to you as soon as they are ready.
  (3) You would be send your laboratory reports as soon as they will be ready.
  (4) Your laboratory reports should be sent to you as soon as they are ready.
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) Your laboratory reports will be sent to you as soon as they are ready.


42. In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of four alternatives suggested, select the one, which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.
They lock the door every night.
  (1) The door was being locked every night by them.
  (2) The door has been locked every night by them.
  (3) The door had been locked every night by them.
  (4) The door is locked every night by them.
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) The door is locked every night by them.


43. In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of four alternatives suggested, select the one, which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.
The seawater eventually corroded the pillars of the bridge.
  (1) Eventually the pillars of the bridge are being corroded by the seawater.
  (2) Eventually the pillars of the bridge have been corroded by the seawater.
  (3) The pillars of the bridge were eventually corroded by the seawater.
  (4) The pillars of the bridge have been eventually corroded by the seawater.
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) The pillars of the bridge were eventually corroded by the seawater.


44. In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of four alternatives suggested, select the one, which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.
Lakhs of tourists view the Taj Mahal every year.
  (1) The Taj Mahal is being viewed by lakhs of tourists every year.
  (2) Every year the Taj Mahal is being viewed by lakhs of tourists.
  (3) Every year the Taj Mahal was being viewed by lakhs of tourists.
  (4) The Taj Mahal is viewed by lakhs of tourists every year.
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) The Taj Mahal is viewed by lakhs of tourists every year.


45. In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of four alternatives suggested, select the one, which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.
They will advise me about the price of the accessories.
  (1) I will have been advised about the price of the accessories.
  (2) I would have been advised about the price of the accessories.
  (3) I shall be advised about the price of the accessories.
  (4) I would have had been advised about the price of the accessories.
CORRECT ANSWER

(3) I shall be advised about the price of the accessories.


46. In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of four alternatives suggested, select the one, which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.
The owners remodelled the car to help it sell.
  (1) The car was remodelled by the owners to help it sell.
  (2) The car is being remodelled by the owners to help it sell.
  (3) The car was remodelled by the owners to help it being sold.
  (4) The car is being remodelled by the owners to help it being sold.
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) The car was remodelled by the owners to help it sell.


47. In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of four alternatives suggested, select the one, which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active.
The event manager is making all the reservations.
  (1) All the reservations would be made by the event manager.
  (2) All the reservations are being made by the event manager.
  (3) All the reservations would have been made by the event manager.
  (4) All the reservations will have been made by the event manager.
CORRECT ANSWER

(2) All the reservations are being made by the event manager.


48. In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of four alternatives suggested, select the one, which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.
The partners will celebrate their triumph tomorrow.
  (1) The triumph would be celebrated by the partners a day after.
  (2) The triumph will be celebrated by the partners tomorrow.
  (3) The triumph would have been celebrated by the partners a day after.
  (4) The triumph will have been celebrated by the partners tomorrow.
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) The triumph will be celebrated by the partners tomorrow.


49. In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of four alternatives suggested, select the one, which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.
Who ate the last pastry?
  (1) The last pastry was eaten by whom?
  (2) The last pastry was eaten by who?
  (3) The last pastry had been eaten by who?
  (4) The last pastry has been eaten by whom?
CORRECT ANSWER

(1) The last pastry was eaten by whom?


50. In the following question, a sentence has been given in Active/Passive voice. Out of four alternatives suggested, select the one, which best expresses the same sentence in Passive/Active voice.
The kangaroo carried her baby in her pouch.
  (1) The baby is carried by the kangaroo in her pouch.
  (2) The baby is being carried by the kangaroo in her pouch.
  (3) The baby had been carried by the kangaroo in her pouch.
  (4) The baby was carried by the kangaroo in her pouch.
CORRECT ANSWER

(4) The baby was carried by the kangaroo in her pouch.


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