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PASSIVE VOICE

  1. And then her articulation; it was so distinct that, without raising her voice,
  2. Audio "Passive Homes Save Energy, Money".
  3. C) Your partner is going to buy a computer. Give some tips to help him to buy the right type of computers. (Use Passives)
  4. Exercise 1. Insert the required tense (Passive Voice).
  5. Exercise 15. Open the brackets using correct tense form and voice.
  6. Exercise 4. Translate into English, using the Passive Voice where possible.
  7. FORME PASSIVE
1 to be + III , 䳺
³ 䳺 to take (, ) Simple Passive Voice
Present Simple Passive
I am I am not Am I
taken taken taken?
He is He is not Is he
taken taken taken?
She is She is not Is she
taken taken taken?
It is It is not Is it
taken taken taken?
We are We are not Are we
taken taken taken?
You are taken You are not taken Are you taken?
They are taken They are not taken Are they taken?
| Past Simple Passive
I was I was not Was I
taken taken taken?
He was He was not Was he
taken taken taken?
She was She was not Was she
taken taken taken?
It was It was not Was it
taken taken taken?
We were We were not Were we
taken taken taken?
You were You were not Were you
taken taken taken?
They were They were not Were they
taken taken taken?
Future Simple Passive
I shall be I shall not be Shall I be
Ij taken taken taken?
He will be He will not be Will he be
taken taken taken?
She will be She will not be Will she be
taken taken taken?
It will be It will not be Will it be
taken taken taken?
We shall be We shall not be Shall we be
taken taken taken?
You will be You will not be Will you be
taken taken taken?
They will be They will not be Will they be
taken taken taken?
-------------------------------------------------- -:.: I take ( ) - I am taken ( ) I took ( ) - I was taken ( ) I shall take ( ) - I shall be taken ( )

. 253. , 䳺 Past Simple Active Past Simple Passive.

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. 254. , 䳺 Present, Past Future Simple Passive.

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. 255. , 䳺 Present, Past Future Simple Passive.

1. Bread (to eat) every day. 2. The letter (to receive) yesterday. 3. Nick (to send) to Moscow next week. 4. I (to ask) at the lesson yesterday. 5.1 (to give) a very interesting book at the library last Friday. 6. Many houses (to build) in our town every year. 7. This work (to do) tomorrow. 8. This text (to translate) at the last lesson. 9. These trees (to plant) last autumn. 10. Many interesting games always (to play) at our PT lessons. 11. This bone (to give) to my dog ??tomorrow. 12. We (to invite) to a concert last Saturday. 13. My question (to answer) yesterday. 14. Hockey (to play) in winter. 15. Mushrooms (to gather) in autumn. 16. Many houses (to burn) during the Great Fire of London. 17. His new book (to finish) next year. 18. Flowers (to sell) in shops and in the streets. 19. St. Petersburg (to found) in 1703.

. 256. , 䳺.

1. The porter will (bring, be brought) your luggage to your room. 2. Your luggage will (bring, be brought) up in the lift. 3. You may (leave, be left) your hat and coat in the cloak-room downstairs. 4. They can (leave, be left) the key with the clerk downstairs. 5. From the station they will (take, be taken) straight to the hotel. 6. Tomorrow he will (take, be taken) them to the Russian Museum. 7. At the station they will (meet, be met) by a man from the travel bureau. 8. She will (meet, be met) them in the hall upstairs.

. 257. , 䳺 Present Simple Active Present Simple Passive.

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. 258. , 䳺 Past Simple Active Past Simple Passive.

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. 259. , 䳺 Future Simple Active Future Simple Passive.

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The doctor was sent - The doctor was sent for -

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was talked about. was sent for. He was waited for. He was looked at. He was listened to. He was laughed at.

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The house was not lived in. The bed was not slept in.

. 260. Passive Voice, .

E.g. We often speak about her. - She is often spoken about.

1. We thought about our friend all the time. 2. The doctor will operate on him in a week. 3. The teacher sent for the pupil's parents. 4. They looked for the newspaper everywhere. 5. Nobody slept in the bed. 6. The neighbour asked for the telegram. 7. Everybody listened to the lecturer with great attention. 8. The senior students laughed at the freshman. 9. The group spoke to the headmistress yesterday. 10. The young mothers looked after their babies with great care. 11. Nobody lived in that old house. 12. They sent for Jim and told him to prepare a report on that subject.

. 261. , 䳺 Present, Past Future Simple Passive.

1. . 2. . 3. . 4. . 5. . 6. . 7. . 8. . 9. . 10. . 11. .

. 262. Passive Voice.

E.g. Mother waters the flowers in the evening. - The flowers are wareted in the evening (by Mother)

1. A marble pavillion protects the house. 2. The boys will paint the roof of the house. 3. Tom Sawyer whitewashed the fence. 4. Her daughters gave her three beautiful dishes as a birthday present. 5. Tom gave Nick a book for his birthday. 6. Our mother tells us stories every evening. 7. Lydia will show you a new book of pictures. 8. A boy showed her the way. 9. They will send us a box of fruit. 10. Five or six small children followed them. 11. In summer the boys often drive the horses to the fields. 12. Ivan Susanin led the Poles into the thickest part of the forest. 13. The waves carried the boat away. 14. We shall do the translation in the evening. 15. They water the flowers regularly. 16. You promised me these books long ago, 17. Bessie's father gave her a complete set of Walter Scott's works. 18. Irene's husband brought her some beautiful shells from the south. 19. The explorers gave the newspaper reporters a long interview. 20. Mr. Wilson will teach you English. 21. The doctor ordered me a month's rest from studying.

. 263. 䳺 Passive Voice, .

1. She took a long time to write the composition, but at last she wrote it. 2. Do not put the cup there: somebody will break it. 3. Why were not you at the birthday party? - They did not invite me. 4. We met many difficulties, but all the same we finished the work in time. 5. We shall leave you behind if you are not quick. 6. I spent all my money on books last month. 7. I do not think we shall do all this work today: there is too much of it. 8. It's a very funny thing that when I start doing this, somebody always stops me. 9. Do not leave these sweets on the table: somebody will eat them. 10. The elephant broke the branch of the tree. 11. The bees attacked the bear when it tried to take their honey.

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It must be done It can be done

. 264. Passive Voice.

1. You must do three of these exercises tomorrow. 2. You can find the book you need in any library. 3. We must send these letters at once. 4. You must take the box to the station. 5. You can cross the river on a raft. 6. The workers an finish the building of the house very soon. 7. You must return the books the day after tomorrow. 8. I can easily forgive this mistake. 9. You can find such berries everywhere. 10. You must do this work very carefully. 11. The doctor says they must take her to hospital. 12. You can do the work in three days. 13. The students must return all the library books before each summer vacation. 14. Monkeys can climb even the tallest frees.

. 265. , Passive Indefinite 䳺.

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. 266. , 䳺 Passive Voice.

1. At the last competition the first prize (to win) by our team. 2. The question (to settle) as soon as they arrived. 3. Your report must (to divide) into two chapters. 4. Soon he (to send) to a sanatorium. 5. The book (to discuss) at the next conference. 6. The composition must (to hand) in on Wednesday. 7. Yesterday he (to tell) to prepare a speech. 8, The article (to publish) last week, if I am not mistaken. 9.The lectures (to attend) by all of us. 10, A taxi (to call) fifteen minutes ago, so we are expecting it any moment. 11 The young man (to introduce) to me only a couple of hours ago, but it seems to me that I've known him for years. 12. The rule explained by the teacher at the last lesson (to undertand) by all of us. 13. The poem was so beautiful that it (to learn) by everybody. 14. I hope the invitation (to accept) by everybody. 15. The letter (to post) in half an hour. 16. It seems tc me that music (to hear) from the next room.

. 267. , 䳺 Active Passive Voice.

1. Nobody (to see) him yesterday. 2. The telegram (to receive) tomorrow. 3. He (to give) me this book next week. 4. The answer to this question can (to find) in the encyclopedia. 5. We (to show) the historical monuments of the capital to the delegation. 6. You can (to find) interesting information about the life in the USA in this book. 7. Budapest (to divide) by the Danube into two parts: Buda and Pest. 8. Yuri Dolgoruki (to found) Moscow in 1147. 9. Moscow University (to found) by Lomonosov. 10. We (to call) Zhukovski the father of Russian aviation.

. 268. Passive Voice.

1. I bought potatoes yesterday. 2. We shall bring the books tomorrow. 3. They are repairing the clock now. 4. They sell milk in this shop. 5. I have translated the whole text. 6. They broke the window last week. 7. When I came home, they had eaten the sweets. 8. We shall do the work in the evening. 9. He wrote this book in the 19th century. 10. They were playing tennis from four till five. 11. He stole a lot of money from the shop. 12. By six o'clock they had finished the work. 13. At twelve o'clock the workers were loading the trucks. 14. By three o'clock the workers had loaded the trucks. 15. We send our daughter to rest in the south every year. 16. They will show this film on TV. 17. They are building a new concert-hall in our street. 18. They have made a number of important experiments in this laboratory. 19. Livingstone explored Central Africa in the 19th century. 20. By the middle of autumn we had planted all the trees. 21. They will stage this play at the beginning of next season. 22. They have forgotten the story. 23. Has anybody explained the rules of the game to you? 24. They have not brought back my skates.

. 269. Passive Voice.

I. The students greeted the famous lecturer warmly. 2. They have recently built a huge plant, in the town of N. 3. We must finish the work by tomorrow. 4. When I fell ill, my mother sent for the doctor. 5. They looked for the girl everywhere. 6. They did not listen to the boy. 7. She looks after the patients well. 8. They asked for our address. 9. My father looked through these papers this morning- He will give my brother English lessons. 1.1. A friend of his has shown me an interesting magazine. 12. His friend told him everything. 13. They showed Helen the nearest way to the theatre. 14. He gave his patient some good advice. 15. Mary has told me the news. 16. The people looked at the little boy with interest. 17. They examined the paper attentively.




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