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Study this chart that shows how to change active sentences into passive sentences:
|SIMPLE PRESENT and SIMPLE PAST
The active object becomes the passive subject,
don't forget the verb to be + the past participle.
The movie fascinates me.
The movie bores Jack.
The movie surprises them.
I am fascinated by the movie.
Jack is bored by the movie.
They are surprised by the movie.
The movie bored me.
The movie fascinated Jack.
The movie surprised them.
I was bored by the movie.
Jack was fascinated by the movie.
They were surprised by the movie.
the correct form of the passive verbs below:
don't forget the verb to be + the past participle
|The news article surprises me.
I by the news article
|2.||The story fascinates Kim.
Kim by the story.
|3.||Mary helps me often.
I often by Mary.
|4.||Jenni opened the letter.
The letter by Jenni
|5.||The teacher asked me.
I by the teacher.
|6.||I manage the store.
The store by me.
|7.||The client ordered a package.
A package by the client.
|8.||My sister bought these shirts.
These shirts by my sister.
|9.||The professor's class bored
We by the professor's class.
|10.||I wrote these answers.
These answers by me.
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