CBSE Class 6 English Practice Worksheets - Active and Passive Voice

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Active and Passive Voice

I. Read the following set of instructions and fill in the blanks with the passive form of the verb: 

How to make a sandwich

1. Take 2 slices of soft bread.

2. Trim their crust

3. Apply butter evenly on them

4. Replace the filling (cucumber, cheese et.)

5. Place the fillings on one side of the slices.

6. Cover it with the other side.

7. Press gently and chill it for a while.

Two slices of soft bread -------------. Their crust ---------------- and butter ----------------- evenly. Then the filling ---------------------. It may be cucumber, tomato slices or grated cheese. The filling ------------------- on one of the slices. It -------------------- with the other side of the bread. The sandwich ---------------------- gently and then it --------------- for a while to let it set.

II. Change these following sentences from Active to Passive voice:-

1. My uncle sent me a present.

2. They had prepared many plans

3. He had insulted you.

4. The labourers will repair the road.

5. Everybody worships the rising sun.

III. Change these following sentences from Passive to Active voice.

1. He was found lying unconscious by the road side.

2. The telephone wires have been cut.

3. Let a bird not be killed.

4. Our note books were corrected by the teacher.

5. The crops are being reaped by the farmers.


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