Passive voice: mixed tenses - PDF exercises for pre-intermediate, intermediate and advanced students of English to download for free.
- Present simple vs continuous. Complete sentences with verbs in brackets:
German ___ in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. (speak)
German is spoken in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Two films ___ at the cinema at the moment. (show)
Two films are being shown at the cinema at the moment.
- Past simple vs present perfect. Use the following words to make sentences:
(the mistake | make | a long time ago)
The mistake was made a long time ago.
(such a lion | not see | so far)
Such a lion has not been seen so far.
- Past simple vs past perfect. Choose correct forms in each sentence:
They escaped. They were warned | had been warned by somebody. ___
- Present perfect vs past perfect. Rewrite sentences (the active to passive voice):
Look. They haven't changed anything in this room.
Look. Nothing has been changed in this room.
I realized that they had misunderstood my idea.
I realized that my idea had been misunderstood.
- All tenses. Complete the interview with Steve Hobs, the manager at Grapple Phones:
Interviewer: Your new Smartphone Z ___ now. (sell) Does it bring any new features?
Steve Hobs: Yes, it does. Smartphone Z ___ last week (launch) with all the revolutionary features which ___ (develop) for the previous Smarthone Y. And two new funcionalities...
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Present simple passive exercises PDF Exercises with answers to download for free.
Present continuous passive exercises PDF Practise the continuous form.
Past simple passive exercises PDF Exercises on passive forms of the past simple.
Future simple passive exercises PDF Learn future forms of the passive.
Present perfect passive exercises PDF Practise passive forms of the present perfect simple.
Past perfect passive exercises PDF Printable exercises with answers.
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