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Passive sentences (hard)


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  • 1. 25/05/12 Passive sentences (hard) Passive sentences (hard) * Necessari Personal data: Your name: * Your surname: * Your e-mail: * Your class: * A Passive sentences. Present simple. Transform the active sentences into passive voice. Do not ommit any element. Frogs eat flies. 5 words. People dont love cats. 5 words. Japan watches North Korea with secret weapons. 9 words Do young people consume lots of kebabs during exam weeks? 11 words.… 1/5
  • 2. 25/05/12 Passive sentences (hard) Internet users send hundreds of e-mails every year. 11 words. Passive sentences. Past simple Transform the active sentences into passive voice. Do not ommit any element. Cristopher Columbus didnt discover America. 6 words. The Death Plague killed many people in the Middle Ages. 10 words. Artisans manufactured cheese in this farm. 9 words. Did the teacher mark the exam? 6 words. Clients didnt buy their products. 6 words. Passive sentences. Personal pronoun changes. Transform the active sentences into passive voice. Do not ommit any element. He left a note. 6 words Denis saw me yesterday. 6 words We dont use that computer. 6 words… 2/5
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