Change the active sentences to passive ones and the passive sentences to active ones.


  1. Leonardo da Vinci painted the Mona Lisa. The Mona Lisa was painted by Leonardo da Vinci.

  2. They don’t play football at my school. Football is not played at my school.

  3. Your English lessons will be given by a famous poet. A famous poet will give your English lessons.

  4. People can buy souvenirs in this shop. Souvenirs can be bought in this shop.

  5. How often has Brazil won the World Cup? How often has the World Cup been won by Brazil?

  6. Our teacher is marking our tests now. Our tests are being marked now /by our teacher/.

 

 

Complete the sentences using the correct form of the verb in brackets.

Example: The Euro can be used in many London shops.

 

  1. Money .......................... /can take out/ from a cash machine.

  2. The first credit cards ..................... /introduce/ in the USA.

  3. In the UK, a cash machine............. /call/ ’a hole in the wall’ by some people.

  4. The train to Oxford ................. /might delay/ because of the bad weather.

  5. Hotels ............... /can build/ out of ice.

  6. In the airport, luggage ............... /must not leave/ unattended.

  7. Tickets .............. /must buy/ before you get on the bus.

  8. National monuments .............. /cannot sell/ to tourists!