|1.||D||For past indefinite tense the Auxiliary verb in active voice: was/were and in place of 'us' , subject pronoun 'we' will be used.|
|2.||B||For past continuous tense the structure in the passive voice will be 'Auxiliary verb in passive voice: was being/were being'.|
|3.||D||From passive to active:
The thief (Subject) was caught (verb in past participle form)by the police (Object).
Now subject and object will interchange places and verb will be in past but without aux. verb (Was). By will be dropped.
The police caught the thief.
|4.||C||From active to passive:
The hunter (subject) shot(verb in past tense) the tiger(object)
Now subject and object will interchange. Verb will be in past participle form and by will be added.
The tiger was shot by the hunter.
|5.||B||Option 1- is past continous.
Option 2- is simple past hence it is in coherence with the question statement. For past indefinite(simple past), in passive voice, was+ third form of the verb+ them +by. Hence, correct.
Option 3- circle is singular so we should use singular form of verb i.e., has.
Option 4- The circle is not drawing. Hence, incorrect.
|6.||D||Option 1-'Present continous' is not the right form here.
Option 2- 'may' expresses possibility, whereas the event is certain as it uses 'will' in the question statement.
Option 3- 'will have to be' is verbose.
Option 4- is simple future tense. In simple future tence , while converting active voice into passive voice , 'will' is changed into 'will be''. Hence, correct.
|7.||A||Option 1- In present perfect tense the structure is 'have been/ third form/by' is the correct form. Hence, correct.
Options 2,3 and 4 don't follow this format. Hence, incorrect.
|8.||B||The passive structure will be ‘was/were/ third form of the verb/ by…..|
|9.||A||For present perfect tense the structure is has/have been/third form of the verb/by….|
|10.||B||For simple present the structure will be ‘is/am/are/ third form/ by/ …object.|
|11.||B||The active voice is in 'Simple Present Tense', so the passive will be formed by using is/am/are'+Past Participle.|
|12.||D||The active voice is in 'Simple Present Tense', so the passive will be formed by using is/am/are'+Past Participle.|
|13.||A||Option 1 is the best answer.As we need an agent here.|
|14.||D||According to the rule- Simple Past tense will be used with was/were in the Passive voice.|
|15.||B||As per the rule - Subject +was(verb)= Subject +Was seen + verb.
So,the correct form will be Dinesh was seen shopping at the mall by Aditya.Option 2 is correct.
|16.||C||In active voice the past indefinite, is changed into past perfect and this is there in option 3.|
|17.||D||Why were you deprived of the membership by him ? This is the only option which highlights the correct change in the subjects.|
|18.||B||Auxiliary verb “was” in the passive voice reflects the simple past tense. Rule for active of which will be Sub.+II form of Verb+Object.|
|19.||B||It is an imperative sentence showing command. Imperative sentences in passive voice will be let+obj.+be+past participle|
|20.||C||Interrogative sentences starting with was, will change to passive by the rule Was/were + subject + V-3.|