25 Passive Voice Exercises

Passive Voice Exercises

The passive voice is used to show interest in the person or object that experiences an action rather than the person or object that performs the action.

Passive Voice Examples

  1. The castle in the amusement park was built last year.
  2. The road is being repaired.
  3. A faster computer is being designed by a team of experts

Passive Voice with Different Tenses and Modals

These are examples of how the passive voice is made using different tenses and modals

 Tense or ModalActive voicePassive Voice
Simple PresentTom writes a letterA letter is written 
Simple PastTom wrote a letterA letter was written 
Present ProgressiveTom is writing a letterA letter is being written
Past ProgressiveTom was reading a letterA letter was being read
Present PerfectI have seen a ghostA ghost have been seen
Past PerfectI had seen a ghostA ghost had been seen
FutureI will fix the carThe car will be fixed
WouldI would fix the carThe car would be fixed
ShouldI should do thisThis should be done
CanI can do thatThat can be done
Could I could cook thatThat could be cooked
MustI must make a cakeA cake must be made
MayI may fix the PCThe PC may be fixed
MightI might sell my carMy car might be sold

50 Passive Voice Exercises

Complete these passive voice exercises to make sure that you understand this topic Well

Passive Voice Exercises – All Tenses

  1. Passive Voice Exercise 01 – All Tenses

Passive Voice Tests

  1. Passive Voice Test 01
  2. Passive Voice Test 02

Active Voice vs Passive Voice

  1. Active vs Passive Voice Exercise 001
  2. Active vs Passive Voice Exercise 002
  3. Active vs Passive Voice Exercise 003
  4. Active vs Passive Voice Exercise 004
  5. Active vs Passive Voice Exercise 005
  6. Active vs Passive Voice Exercise 006
  7. Active vs Passive Voice Exercise 007

Passive Voice – Simple Past Exercises

  1. Passive Voice – Simple Past Exercise 01
  2. Passive Voice – Simple Past Exercise 02
  3. Passive Voice – Simple Past Exercise 03
  4. Passive Voice – Simple Past Exercise 04

Passive Voice – Simple Present Exercises

  1. Passive voice – Simple Present Exercise 01
  2. Passive Voice – Simple Present Exercise 02
  3. Passive Voice – Simple Present Exercise 03
  4. Passive Voice – Simple Present Exercise 04

Passive Voice and Presente Perfect Exercises

  1. Passive Voice and Present Perfect Exercise 01
  2. Passive Voice and Present Perfect Exercise 02

Word Order in the Passive Voice Sentences

  1. Word Order in the Passive Voice sentences 001
  2. Word Order in the Passive Voice sentences 002
  3. Word Order in the Passive Voice sentences 003
  4. Word Order in the Passive Voice sentences 004
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