Active and Passive Voices
has done something.
Harry ate the spaghetti.
The spaghetti was eaten by harry.
No one responded to my sales ad.
My sales ad was not responded to by anyone.
The science class viewed the comet.
The comet was viewed by the science class.
Sue changed the flat tire.
The flat tire was changed by sue.
We are going to watch a movie tonight.
A movie was going to be watched by us.
Mom read the novel in one day.
The novel was read by mom in one day.
The critic wrote a scathing review.
A scathing review was written by the critic.
I will clean the house every Saturday.
The house will be cleaned by me every Saturday.
She faxed her application for a new job.
The application for her new job was faxed by her.
Tom Painted the entire house.
The house was painted by tom.
Who taught you to ski?
By whom were you taught to ski.
The choir really enjoys that piece.
That piece is really enjoyed by choir.
The two kings are signing the treaty.
The treaty is being signed by the two kings.
Who ate the last cookie?
The last cookie was eaten by whom?
A cow is black and white.
A pig is pink.
Italians created pizza.
Thomas Edison made the first light bulb.
Today is 22 degrees.
Drink to much alcohol and you get drunk.
Ford makes a f-150.
The sun provides heat.
Today is Tuesday.
Sleep is necessary.
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