CBSE Class 10 English Assignment - Active and Passive Voice

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CBSE Class 10 English Assignment - Active and Passive Voice. Students are advised to refer to the attached assignments and practice them regularly. This will help them to identify their weak areas and will help them to score better in examination. Parents should download and give the assignments to their children for practice.


1. Tenses and Verb Forms

(a) Simple Present

Active: She sings a song. Passive: A

song is sung by her. Is/am/are+ past


(b) Simple Past

Active: She sang a song.

Passive: A song was sung by her.

Was/were + Past Participle

(c) Simple Future

Active: She will Sing a song.

Passive: A song will be sung by her. Will by

/ shall by + Past participle

(d) Present Continuous

Active: She is singing a song.

Passive: A song is being sung by her.

Is/am/are/+being+ past participle

(e) Past Continuous

Active: She was singing a song.

Passive: A song was being sung by her.

Was/were + being + past participle

(f) Future Continuous

No Passive

(g) Present Perfect

Active: She has sung a song.

Passive: A song has been sung by her. Has +

been + past participle

(h) Past perfect

Active: she had sung a song.

Passive: A song had been sung by her. Had +

been + past participle

(i) Future perfect

Active: She will have sung a song. Passive: she

will have been sung by her. Will + have + been +

past participle

2. Kinds of sentences

(a) Assertive Sentences

Active: He plucked a flower.

Passive: A flower was plucked by him.

(b) Imperative Sentence (Negative)

Active: Don’t run in the corridor.

Passive: You are asked/ordered not turn in the corridor.

Imperative Sentence (positive)

Active: Switch off all lights at ten.

Passive: You are asked/ordered to switch off all lights at ten.

(c) Interrogative Sentence

Active: what is he doing?

Passive: What is being done by him? Active:

Did he write the story?

Passive: was the story written by him?

3. Sentences with two objects Active: He

lent me some money. Passive: I was lent

some money by him. Some money was

lent to me by him.

4. Verbs followed by Prepositions

Active: The people laughed at the clown.

Passive: The clown was laughed at by the people.

5. Sentences beginning with let

(I) Active: Let him finish the work.

Passive: let the work be finished by him.

(II) Active: Let me solve this sum.

Passive: Let this sum be solved by me.


You are asked to let me solve this sum.

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