Lesson 68 - Nature - Grammar(part2)



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Exercise 1

Open the brackets using Present, Past or Future Simple Passive

1. Bread (to eat) every day.
2. The letter (to receive) yesterday.
3. Many houses (to build) in our town every year.
4. This work (to do) tomorrow.
5. These trees (to plant) last autumn.
6. His new book (to finish) next year.
7. The book (to discuss) at the next conference.
8. Yesterday he (to tell) to prepare a speech.
9. Taxes (to pay) by citizens every year.
10. While mastering a foreign language, words (to learn) by heart.

Exercise 2

Open the brackets using Present, Past or Future Simple Passive

1. How many newspapers (to print) in Britain every day?
2. Who (this play / to write) by?
3. German (to speak) in Germany, Austria, and part of Switzerland.
4. The royal wedding (to watch) by millions of people in 2011.
5. Nowadays, a lot of computers (to make) in Korea.
6. The Harry Potter films (not to direct) by Steven Spielberg.
7. How much (paper /to recycle) in Poland each year?
8. In the UK, alcohol (not to sell) to anyone under 18.

Exercise 3


Exercise 4

Transform the sentences from active voice to passive

1. She eats apples every day.
2. They sent our documents yesterday.
3. Sarah will cook a delicious pie tomorrow.
4. I sold a house yesterday.
5. Italy produces great pasta.
6. Emily will buy a fancy dress tomorrow.
7. Grandma gave me a jar of strawberry jam yesterday.
8. They asked us to prepare the project.
9. Tania ironed Andrew’s shirt yesterday.
10. Darina feeds her cat Alisa every day.