Active and Passive Voice Exercises with Answers: Present Indefinite Tense

These are the active and passive voice exercises with answers given for practice. I, however, suggest you read the rules Active and Passive Voice based on Tenses. The whole exercises deal with the present indefinite tense. It comprises assertive and interrogative sentences. Then, let us start.

Active and Passive Voice Exercises with Answers –

Assertive Sentences

Exercise-1

Change the following sentences into passive voice given in the section active and passive voice exercises with answers present indefinite tense.

  1. I buy books from the shop.
  2. Sheela washes her clothes.
  3. You do not hate your neighbors.
  4. You do not love her.
  5. I do not like him.

Check Your Answers

Now check your answers to active and passive voice exercises with answers below.

  1. Books are bought from the shop by me.
  2. Her clothes are washed by her.
  3. Your neighbors are not hated by you.
  4. She is not loved by you.
  5. He is not liked by me.

See Explanation of the Answers

See the explanation of the active and passive voice exercises with answers below.

I buy books from the shop.

  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. I into me.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. books as books.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb do into are.
  • Verb – Use 3rd form of the verb i.e. bought instead of buy.
  • Rest part – Keep the remaining part as it is.

Sheela washes her clothes.

  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. Sheela into Sheela.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. her clothes as her clothes.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb does into are.
  • Verb – Use 3rd form of the verb i.e. washed instead of wash.

You do not hate your neighbors.

  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. you into you.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. your neighbors as your neighbors.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb do not into are not.
  • Verb – Use the 3rd form of the verb i.e. hated instead of hate.

You do not love her.

  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. you into you.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. her as she.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb do not into are not.
  • Verb – Use the 3rd form of the verb i.e. loved instead of love.

I do not like him.

  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. I into me.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. him as he.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb do not into is not.
  • Verb – Use the 3rd form of the verb i.e. liked instead of like.

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Exercise-2

Change the following sentences into passive voice given in the section active and passive voice exercises with answers present indefinite tense.

  1. John reads a letter.
  2. The master does not abuse his servant.
  3. Meera sings songs today.
  4. They do not like to eat fruits.
  5. Rakesh teaches you English.

Check Your Answers

Now check your answers to active and passive voice exercises with answers below.

  1. A letter is read by John.
  2. His servant is not abused by the master.
  3. Songs are sung today by Meera.
  4. Fruits do not like fruits to be eaten.
  5. You are taught English by Rakesh. or English is taught to you by Rakesh.

See Explanation of the Answers

See the explanation of the active and passive voice exercises with answers below.

John reads a letter.

  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. John into John.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. a letter as a letter.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb does into is.
  • Verb – Use the 3rd form of the verb i.e. read instead of reads.

The master does not abuse his servant.

  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. the master into the master.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. his servant as his servant.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb does not into is not.
  • Verb – Use 3rd form of the verb i.e. abused instead of abuse.

Meera sings songs today.

  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. Meera into Meera.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. songs as songs.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb does into are.
  • Verb – Use 3rd form of the verb i.e. sung instead of sing.

They do not like to eat fruits.

  • Subject – Do not change the subject into an object here i.e. they into them.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. fruits as fruits.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb do not like to into do not like… to be.
  • Verb – Use 3rd form of the verb i.e. eaten instead of eat.

Rakesh teaches you English.

  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. Rakesh into Rakesh.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. you/books as you/books.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb does into is/are.
  • Verb – Use the 3rd form of the verb i.e. taught instead of teaching.

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Active and Passive Voice Exercises with Answers –

Interrogative Sentences

Exercise-1

Change the following sentences into passive voice given in the section active and passive voice exercises with answers of present indefinite tense.

  1. Do you buy books from the market?
  2. Does she wash her dirty clothes?
  3. Do you hate your neighbors?
  4. Do you not love her?
  5. Does she not like me?

Check Your Answers

Now check your answers to active and passive voice exercises with answers below.

  1. Are books bought from the market by you?
  2. Are her dirty clothes washed by her?
  3. Are your neighbors hated by you?
  4. Is she not loved by you?
  5. Am I not liked by her?

See Explanation of the Answers

See the explanation of the active and passive voice exercises with answers below.

Do you buy books from the market?

  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. you into you.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. books as books.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb do into are.
  • Verb – Use 3rd form of the verb i.e. bought instead of buy.

Does she wash her dirty clothes?

  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. she into her.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. her dirty clothes as her dirty clothes.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb does into are.
  • Verb – Use 3rd form of the verb i.e. washed instead of wash.

Do you hate your neighbors?

  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. you into you.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. your neighbors as your neighbors.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb do into are.
  • Verb – Use the 3rd form of the verb i.e. hated instead of hate.

Do you not love her?

  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. you into you.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. her as she.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb do into is.
  • Verb – Use the 3rd form of the verb i.e. loved instead of love.

Does she not like me?

  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. she into her.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. me as I.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb does into am.
  • Verb – Use the 3rd form of the verb i.e. liked instead of like.

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Exercise-2

Change the following sentences into passive voice given in the section active and passive voice exercises with answers present indefinite tense.

  1. Why does Mohan read a letter?
  2. When does the master not abuse his servant?
  3. How does Meera Sings song now?
  4. Which fruit do you not like to eat?
  5. Who teaches you English?

Check Your Answers

Now check your answers to active and passive voice exercises with answers below.

  1. Why is a letter read by Mohan?
  2. When is his servant not abused by the master?
  3. How is a song sung now by Meera?
  4. Which fruit do you not like to be eaten?
  5. Who are you taught English by? or By whom are you taught English? or By whom is English taught to you? or Who is English taught to you by?

See Explanation of the Answers

See the explanation of the active and passive voice exercises with answers below.

Why does Mohan read a letter?

  • Wh- Keep wh-word as it is.
  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. Mohan into Mohan.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. a letter as a letter.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb does into is.
  • Verb – Use the 3rd form of the verb i.e. read instead of reading.

When does the master not abuse his servant?

  • Wh- Keep wh-word as it is.
  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. the master into the master.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. his servant as his servant.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb does into is.
  • Verb – Use 3rd form of the verb i.e. abused instead of abuse.

How does Meera Sings song now?

  • Wh- Keep wh-word as it is.
  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. Meera into Meera.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. song as a song.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb does into is.
  • Verb – Use 3rd form of the verb i.e. sung instead of sing.

Which fruit do you not like to eat?

  • Wh- Keep wh-word as it is.
  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. you into you.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. fruits as fruits.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb do not like to into do not like to be.
  • Verb – Use the 3rd form of the verb i.e. liked instead of like.

Who teaches you English?

  • Wh- Keep wh-word as it is.
  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. who into whom.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. you as you.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb does into are.
  • Verb – Use the 3rd form of the verb i.e. taught instead of teaching.

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Active and Passive Voice Exercises with Answers – Miscellaneous Sentences

Exercise-1

Change the following sentences into passive voice given in the section active and passive voice exercises with answers present indefinite tense.

  1. Mayank loves Meena.
  2. The goldsmith makes the ring.
  3. The father does not close the shop.
  4. The soldier does not help the old man.
  5. Does he finish the work in a month?

Check Your Answers

Now check your answers to active and passive voice exercises with answers below.

  1. Meena is loved by Mayank.
  2. The ring is made by the goldsmith.
  3. The shop is not closed by the father.
  4. The old man is not helped by the soldier.
  5. Is the work finished by him in a month?

See Explanation of the Answers

See the explanation of the active and passive voice exercises with answers below.

Mayank loves Meena.

  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. Mayank into Mayank.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. Meena as Meena.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb does into is.
  • Verb – Use the 3rd form of the verb i.e. loved instead of love.

The goldsmith makes the ring.

  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. the goldsmith into the goldsmith.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. the ring as the ring.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb does into is.
  • Verb – Use the 3rd form of the verb i.e. made instead of make.

The father does not close the shop.

  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. the father into the father.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. the shop as the shop.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb does into is.
  • Verb – Use the 3rd form of the verb i.e. closed instead of close.

The soldiers do not carry the old man.

  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. the soldiers into the soldiers.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. the old man as the old man.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb do into is.
  • Verb – Use the 3rd form of the verb i.e. carried instead of carrying.

Does he finish the work in a month?

  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. he into him.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. the work as the work.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb does into is.
  • Verb – Use 3rd form of the verb i.e. finished instead of finish.

Hey, do you understand the above explanations of active and passive voice exercises with answers? If yes, it’s okay. If not, I do request you to leave a comment below about your query or confusion.

Exercise-2

Change the following sentences into passive voice given in the section active and passive voice exercises with answers present indefinite tense.

  1. Do you punish the wrong?
  2. Why do you not do the work?
  3. Who praises him?
  4. How do you learn the topics?
  5. When does she take a bath?

Check Your Answers

Now check your answers to active and passive voice exercises with answers below.

  1. Is the wrong punished by you?
  2. Why is the work not done by you?
  3. By whom is he praised?
  4. How are the topics learnt by you?
  5. When is a bath taken by her?

See Explanation of the Answers

See the explanation of the active and passive voice exercises with answers below.

Do you punish the wrong?

  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. you into you.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. the wrong as the wrong.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb do into are.
  • Verb – Use the 3rd form of the verb i.e. punished instead of punishing.

Why do you not do the work?

  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. you into you.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. the work as the work.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb do into is.
  • Verb – Use the 3rd form of the verb i.e. done instead of doing.

Who praises him?

  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. who into whom.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. him as he.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb does into is.
  • Verb – Use the 3rd form of the verb i.e. praised instead of praise.

How do you learn the topics?

  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. you into you.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. the topics as the topics.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb do into are.
  • Verb – Use the 3rd form of the verb i.e. learnt instead of learning.

When does she take a bath?

  • Subject – Change the subject into an object i.e. she into her.
  • Object – Make the object as a subject i.e. a bath as a bath.
  • Helping Verb – Change helping verb does into is.
  • Verb – Use the 3rd form of the verb i.e. taken instead of taking.

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